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Transferring pictures from camera to my computer

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  • Sgtjoe1104 Jun 21, 2008

    my EOS will not open, I receive the following: EOS Utility has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience, I have tried rebooting my computer, any suggestions?? Joe

  • eleonoredupr Dec 06, 2008

    Same problem here.

  • Anonymous Dec 18, 2008

    i connected the camera to the usb and connected the usb to the computer but nothing at all is happening. why is this?

  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2009

    i have a sony cyber shot 7.2 mega pixels and i connected the usb cable to my computer and then camera but nothing came on my computer screen .HELP PLEASE.

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2009

    My EOS utility works fine for 1 week. After a system death when downloading image from my EOS 5DII, EOS Utility can not start up with the message: "EOS Utility has encountered a problem and needs to close...."



    I remove and reinstall EOS Utitlty many times, and install new version of .net framework, the problem still the same. Canon's software is too bad!!!!

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I do not have a card reader on my computer.

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Posted by Guest on Jan 10, 2009 i have a sony cyber shot 7.2 mega pixels and i connected the usb cable to my computer and then camera but nothing came on my computer screen .HELP PLEASE. On the camera screen, when you plug the camera in, it says press adj to direct print. If you press adj and wait a while then the dialog box should pop up. At least, thats what happened with me...and now i have a new problem!!!

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Just put the card from the camera in the card reader in your computer (or a separate USB card reader if yours doesn't have one). The computer will prompt you from there.

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