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When I plug it into my laptop the camera screen goes blank and flashes the CF Card light. I cannot get the photos to download

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Have you got Windows Vista on your computer? I have the same trouble - not solved yet. The instruction says to install the software first and then connect the camera - but the software-disc is not for vista yet - you have to download an upgrade for the eos-utility-program on the canon support-homepage. I did this too, but installed the upgrade after I had connected the camera already. Now I try it once more by uninstalling all and do the process completely in the correct order.
Greetings from Alex, Cologne.
P.S.: If you have the solution, please tell me (raetz-weber@web.de)

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CF card is widely used by digital camerafor its larger , from about 512MB to 64GB, lower cost as well as fasterspeed, which allows digital camera shoot under special conditions, such asmoving objects. The most popular and trusted brands for CF Cards includingKingston, Ritek Ridata, SanDisk, Transcend, Apacer, Viking, and Lexar.

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