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EOS utility not tranfering all images on card

Using the EOS utility started from the camera is not transferring all images. Used the manual transfer via the computer and all images transferred. The card said it had 400 images according to the camera, on the manual transfer it had over 900 images.

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You are better off to simply remove the card and either use your built in card reader or obtain a external USB card reader and transfer your images that way. All you have to do is open 2 "My Computer" windows. Simply drag your photos from your card to your C: drive.

Posted on Nov 22, 2013

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edmerk:
In your case it seems like the software is the problem, try uninstalling it completly and reinstalling it back after a restart of your machine, also check this:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/takeit/transfer.mspx
If this does not solve the problem then try using any other software for downloading pics from your camera or simply use the windows built in feature like:
Going to my computer, and check if you can see your camera drive there and simply copying and pasting from there. (see if this helps you).
I hope it helps you!

Posted on Dec 07, 2007

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I believe there are 2 modes of usb transfer that you can pick in the camera. They are set somewhere in the menu in the options. If you go through the menus thoroughly you'll find it. One option is for connecting the camera directly to a printer and the other is for computer transfer (there might also be an Auto setting but I don't remember for sure). Make sure that setting is set for computer transfer. If that doesn't fix your problem, re-install or update EOS Utility / ZoomBrowser.

Posted on Aug 28, 2008

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I tried to tranfer my photos to my computer and


In order to transfer the pictures to the computer you have to turn the switch on to get the computer to detect it, Do you have your manual? if not reply back and I can send you directions. The other thing is you may have not taken any pictures if you did not have it set up right.

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I believe there are 2 modes of usb transfer that you can pick in the camera. They are set somewhere in the menu in the options. If you go through the menus thoroughly you'll find it. One option is for connecting the camera directly to a printer and the other is for computer transfer (there might also be an Auto setting but I don't remember for sure). Make sure that setting is set for computer transfer. If that doesn't fix your problem, re-install or update EOS Utility / ZoomBrowser.

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I have a cannon EOS 400D and i am trying to download images on to my laptop. i have the the camera plug in to the usb socket and the camera is on play back and turned on


Hey ikpoole,
What you need to do to transfer your images to your computer is first make sure you have installed the software that came with the camera on your computer. Make sure the camera is off and connect your camera to the computer using the USB cord that came with the camera. Turn the camera on and your computer should detect the camera and ask you what program you want to use to download your images, and select the EOS Utility. Your images should now download to your computer. Another way to download your images would be to use a card reader that supports your type of memory card and plugs directly into a USB port. I hope this helps!

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Allan
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I found the Canon software is quite as happy from a card reader as it is reading from the camera. (I have the next model up, 30D.)
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edmerk:
In your case it seems like the software is the problem, try uninstalling it completly and reinstalling it back after a restart of your machine, also check this:
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/takeit/transfer.mspx
If this does not solve the problem then try using any other software for downloading pics from your camera or simply use the windows built in feature like:
Going to my computer, and check if you can see your camera drive there and simply copying and pasting from there. (see if this helps you).
I hope it helps you!

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