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images can be viewed using memory card only on Windows 7. This requires your computer to have a memory card reader that you can insert your Camera's memory card into. If your printer has a memory card reader, you could use that as well.
If you want to use the camera with a USB cable, you will need another computer with Windows XP installed as the Operating system, or you will need to purchase a newer camera that is compatible with Windows 7.
Reload the driver and software on the PC. Since the camera works on another PC and the thumb drive is seen in the XP PC, the problem must be with the driver in the XP PC. If this camera has NEVER worked with the XP PC, make sure it is compatible with that operating system.
I followed the directions that were posted by someone else that had the same problem. Go to my computer. Click disk drive with CD in. Click Explore. Click setup icon and then properties, and compatibility. Run this program in compatability for example, windows 95, 98, or XP, Click apply and ok.
Worked for me.
i have the same camera but i want to use it like a webcam. I found a driver that is located in the canon homepage, called "canon RAW codec"(compatible with Vista and XP), and it allows you to download the photos of the camera and to take fotos instantly, but it don't suport the webcam function... :( . I'm using it in windows XP.
That's all, Ithink that it must work for all the users.
that's the most recent driver. but it is only for up to xp. it may be the same one as you have installed, but maybe you should uninstall that one and install this one instead, to be sure. To configure the windows vista compatibility mode for this application, just locate the
installation directory and right click on the .exe, selecting
Properties from the menu. Select the Compatibility tab. You can choose to run the program in Windows XP compatibility mode, or even all the way back to Windows 95 compatibility. You should choose XP compatibility mode, as this driver pack has support for XP as default. Hit Apply. and OK. It should work for you now, unless a reboot is required. It should detect and install the camera device now, and you can copy the photos to your computer, and then to your flash drive if you wish. have a good one chris