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Problem in copying the images from the camera to my PC

After replacing the USB cable I am unable to copy the images from my canon Powershot A95 camera to my PC properly. The files are being copied as zero byte files.

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  • logcabiny May 11, 2010

    Have you tried using a card reader and Picasa3 (free from Google) software? Direct camera to computer connections are often filled with bugs and more trouble to fix than to just completely bypass with a (cheap $15-20) card reader.

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Your camera has a recall in it.
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=PgComSmModDisplayAct&fcategoryid=225&modelid=13390&keycode=2112&id=48264

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Downhloading pictures to laptop = step by step instructions


If you are having XP/OSX operating system then.

1.) Connect the broader end of the supplied USB Cable to PC and the smaller end into the usb port of camera.
2.) Switch the camera to photo viewing mode.

3) Power on the camera.
4)The PC will recognize your camera and it will popup mesage.
5) Go to MyComputer and double click it.
7) Double click the A95 canon icon which is displayed.
8) The photo files will appear . Copy them and paste in the required folder of your choice.

Hope this helps

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