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Camera is not connecting to PC despite it says DVI-IN. Can't read off Camera, tested on different computers and cables. Camera is a Canon MD225

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Hi there

Uninstall the camera software
Connect the camera
Turn it on
switch it to camera or playback mode
Open (my) computer
Look for a hard drive which wasn’t there before
double click it
Inside there will be several folders
One of them has your pics in it
Copy and paste them to wherever you want

Hope this helps

Beergut707

Posted on Oct 28, 2008

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