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Software bundle for transfering pictures to Gateway computer

I have a SD450 powerhot SD450 camera, but lost the bundle package that came for transfering pictures to the computer. How do I obtain this software and installation instructions?

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Have a look at the canon site for drivers/software for the SD450 (IXUS 55)
http://software.canon-europe.com/products/0010223.asp

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