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Computer won't recognize camera - Code 19.

When I attach my camera with USB to computer (Windows Vista) to upload pics, I get this message: Windows cannot start hardware device because its configuration (in the registry) is incomplete or damages (Code 19).

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Go here, and download revouninstaller. Install that on your computer.

Use revouninstaller to remove the original camera software.

Reinstall the the camera software from the cd that came with the camera.

If you don't have the cd, go to the camera manufacturers website and download from them and install.

Camera should then work.

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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