I listed the folders with proper paths on my HD as per the OPTIONS instructions. It seems to recognize most of the folders, but not all. It's strange. I keep getting 'insert CD' for about half the images I search for, but I'm sure they are on the HD and I've checked and rechecked the paths. Can't figure it out.
Oh, my OS is Vista. Never had this problem with XP. Please give me good news and tell me there is an easy fix for this. I NEED my images!
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Thanks very much for responding to my problem. It seems Canon will not allow edited pictures or video to transfer from PC to their digital cameras for viewing. steps to my problem:1. my canon SX230 created all the parts for my WMV video in MOV format originally. 2. created a movie (WMV format) in Windows Live Movie Maker. Works well and plays on my PC (windows 7). 3. after WMV completed - converted to HD MOV format in 2 different file convert programs and with 2 different HD MOV resolution settings on Both programs. WMV resolution is 1920x1080 (HD). ALL 4 MOV videos play well on my PC in 2 different programs.
Steps getting Canon to see video in playback mode.1. copy MOV video from PC to Flash drive in my card reader in same folder as my original JPG & MOV files, then inserted into camera - does not recognize file. 2. copy MOV file from PC to camera with USB cable. Windows error message. Wrong format - would not copy. 3. Formatted flash drive in camera. Took picture to create DCIM folder, JPG image, and CANONMSC folder with M0104.CTG file .Deleted CANONMSC folder. Copied my MOV video from PC to camera (USB cable). this time copy successful. However camera does nor recognize file. 5. tried again except deleted M0104.CTG file but not the CANONMSC folder. no luck. It seems Canon will not recognize any file that has not originated in the camera AND has not been altered. Upon researching answers on the NET - many other users of Canon cameras have the same problem with no luck.
Its a comman error and can be solved according to the operating system. Follow these steps on windows.
Open the Start menu and click on the "Control Panel" icon.
Open the "Administrative Tools" folder and then double-click on the
"Computer Management" icon.
Select "Disk Management" from the list of options on left side of the
Right-click on the drive you want your computer to recognize and select
"Change Drive Letter and Paths."Select a drive letter for the external hard drive to be recognized as
and click "OK." The drive will now appear in My Computer.
Error: “HP Cue Scanning Flow component has encountered a problem and needs to be closed”.
The problem is caused by HP software not installing the file path to the scanner correctly in XP, so if you run a registry cleaner such as RegCure it will delete the file path.
OS: Windows XP.
If you encounter this error message please follow the steps below:
1. Go to registry by clicking on Start/Run then typing in regedit and hitting enter.
2. Go to HKEY_ Local_ Machine\Software\Hewlett-Packard\DigitalImaging\
3. Click on the Digital Imaging Folder and in the Right Hand Side Pane and check if the String Value “ProfileWritePath” is present and Value is set to %APPDATA%\HP\Digital Imaging\Data\Destination
4. If the Sting Value is not present right click and then click on new and then click on String Value Name it as “ProfileWritePath” and then right click on that and click on Modify and make sure that the value is set to “%APPDATA%\HP\Digital Imaging\Data\Destination” and close the registry editor.
5. Then go to My computer C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\HP\Digital Imaging\Data and check if the Destination folder is present. If not create a new folder and name it as “Destination”.
6. If you are unable to locate the Application Data folder under All users, click on Tools and then click on Folder Option. In the Folder Options Window click on the View tab and under Hidden Files and Folders make sure that “Show Hidden Files and Folders” is checked and then click on Apply and then click on OK..
7. Then Make sure that the same that the HP\Digital Imaging\Data\Destination folder is present under all user profiles Application Data folder.
8. Run Regcure and after the scan check the file/path errors and tell it to ignore the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Hewlett-Packard\digitalImaging ProfileWritePath= C:\Documents and Settings\ (whatever your file path to the destination folder is)
Now it should run flwalessly even after you run regcure.
For other registry cleaners I'm sorry but you will have to find out how to tell your cleaner not to delete the erroneous file/path error.