Question about Canon PowerShot A85 Digital Camera
I have a Canon PowerShot A85 digital camera. Recently when I have tried connecting the camera to my computer (HP pavilion 751n) using the connector cable I have been using for as long as I've had the camera, I get an error message that reads "USB Device Not Recognized." Does this mean that my cord is malfunctioning or the camera itself? Are the cords still available? If it is the camera, is there any other way to upload my photos from the cartridge? Any advice you may have will be appreciated. My address is email@example.com.
I had this same problem and it is a problem with the actual camera where the usb cord plugs in. Luckily there is a cheap solution - you can go to radio shack and get a memory card reader for about $15 (or some newer advanced all-in one printers and computers already come with them) and take the memory card out and insert it into the reader. You can transfer the pics from the reader to your computer. All you need for the reader is an available USB port. It is very simple and I have found it to be a better way since it doesn't eat up batteries either.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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