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"save folder not found" comes up when trying to download pictures

Hello out there! I've downloaded pictures from my canon many times, and now when I try to do so it says "save folder not found". I can see the pictures that are on my camera on my computer, but cannot download them.

Any suggestions ? Feeling quite lost....

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  • celestialgoo Jan 03, 2009

    Hello, and thanks, but I did try that first thing. Even though it didn't work, I really appreciate your efforts on my behalf, and timely response. What finally worked was going to canon and downloading an updated zoombrowzer - there must have been a glitch in the program?

    Anyway - thanks for being there!


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Sound like the folder got deleted, just create a new distnation folder for the camera program your using

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