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No raw files

Worked briefly, then stopped. Using the Canon software. Reset factory settings. I think it's time to go back to film! Shooting in P and AV modes.

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Go to the camera's Menu and scroll to Image recording quality and you can select RAW.

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SOURCE: canon 20d raw to pc

Have you ever been able to view the pictures on your pc?
Have you got a card reader that can view the card contents externaly from the camera?
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.)
Have you tried upgrading your software, or tried using a third party image program to read the raw files?
Over to you!

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Yes, it is patchable and RAW is possible:
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SOURCE: setting RAW as file format

Make sure that the mode dial is not set to one of the 'Basic Zones', i.e. Auto, Portrait, Landscape, etc. You should be able to select RAW or RAW+L in P, Tv, Av, M, or A-DEP.

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SOURCE: cannot get back to Automatic mode on video

With camera dial on video, rotate the scroll wheel located around the direction button until Standard is selected. DO NOT push function set first like the manual says.

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