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Help Please I cannot reinstall the disk for the Canon camera, Powershot A80, hence I cannot plug the camera in and look at the photos I have taken or down load them to my PC

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  • karl siasico May 11, 2010

    have you try using the memory card from your cam?

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There is two ways to load pictures from your cam to pc:
step 1
youll need a card reader to put in the memory card to a usb port.
A.then the computer will recognize the device as a FLASH DISK/ REMOVABLE DISK.
B.some pc will automatically open once you inserted the card reader to the usb port "click open containing folder". if the pc does not open automatically open my computer and find the "flash disk/removable disk" and click.
C.once inside find the DCIM folder this contains your pictures taken from your cam.
D. now you can choose a picture you like to be transfered or copy to your PC
E. save picture in a folder that you ca easily remember

step 2
need a usb wire to connect cam to usb port
A. attach wire from your cam to usb port/pc
B. your cam will show options choose storage data. the other options requires a software
C.same as step 1 from B-E


i hope i was able to help you with your problem! good luck!

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