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liloltiredblood

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I have installed New Dig Camera (Canon PowerShot SD1000) on my computer. And when I try and downlaod pictures it says "Cannot detect camera. Check connections to camera, then retry" I have tried both ports & they both say the same thing.
I used to have a Canon Camera on here before and it used to say the same thing. I might have unistalled a program when my sister downloaded a Canon Scanner and I unstalled the Canon Scanner and might have accidently unistalled something for the camera. :S
I have tried everything to get it working and nothing seems to be working for me :whistling:
Any suggestions?
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Hi liloltiredblood,

In my experience when using digital cameras.. I have always noticed the camera showing up in the Windows Explorer as a removable hard drive. Have you seen your camera show in Windows Explorer at all? Assuming that your current OS is Windows..

Also check to see in your PowerShots if there are settings for Mass Storage or USB. When I plug my camera into my Mac or PC, I am prompted to put the device in to mass storage mode.

Let me know if any of this helps...

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