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Downloading photoes onto computer

I have a canon EOS10D and trying to down load some photoes. Is there some way that gets the computer to recognise the camera?

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  • kdoger Jan 06, 2009

    Hi, I can't up load pictures from camera to computer using usb cord because i don't have my disk anymore and have a new computer and the computer won't recognize the camera using just the usb cord. Canon Eos 10 D

  • Anonymous Apr 28, 2009

    i don have the disk so the computer dosent recognize it

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You should buy a CompactFlash Reader like this one: CF Reader.
Just put Your CompactFlash Card in it and plug the Reader into Your PCs USB Port.

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Search fro "google tools" and download the program named Picasa 3. This is a free photo editing with easy fixes for most problems. I connect my camera to the computer, then open Picasa and and click the Import Button and Picasa will find your camera and you select Import All.
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