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My computer cannot detect my canon SD 750 camera when i try to download my pictures

I have had my camera for about a year. I installed the software, and have not had a single problem until today. I wanted to download some pictures that i had taken over the weekend and when i plugged the usb cable into it (like i always do) the zoom browser/eos utility screen did not pop up asking me if i wanted to downlaod the pictures. I manually opened the zoom browser, clicked on camera settings and then connect to camera and it gave me a service message that said "cannot detect camera" why all of a sudden can it not detect? I thought it might have been a faulty cable, so i bought a new one. it says the same thing. can someone help me please!!!!!!

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  • sldonnelly80 Nov 04, 2008

    I just experienced the same problem with my camera. For some reason it is not connecting with my computer. Any assistance would be appreciated.

  • swtlissdrmwv Nov 05, 2008

    well, unfortunatley i do not have a laptop. But hopefully if i have been good enough this year, Santa might give me one! haha! Any other suggestions?

  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2009

    suddenly it says communication error when i plugged in into the USB port..how can i deal with it

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I just experienced this problem and went round in circles for a few hours before stumbling on the solution. My camera, a Sony Cybershot, has 4 USB Connect modes in the Setup menu: PictBridge, PTP, Mass Storage, and Auto. The only mode that would work to bring up the Camera Wizard screen on an XP computer was PTP. Once I changed the setting from Auto to PTP, the camera was recognized and able to connect to the computer. Somehow this setting had got changed to Auto or Mass Storage and that evidently causes a problem such that XP does not recognize the camera.

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I discovered a workaround for this problem...I pulled the memory card and inserted it directly into my laptop, which happened to have this type of port. It allows me to pull directly off the card. I still cannot connect via a cable, but this at least lets me get pictures loaded to my computer.

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  • sldonnelly80 Nov 07, 2008

    The other suggestion I was just given was to invest in a memory card reader. They're evidently not that expensive and should be able to plug into your computer. Hope that helps!

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