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My computer is not recognising my EOS 20D!

I have never had any problem with downloading photos, but now, despite having re-loaded the software (Ver 8.0) and Canon digital photo solution, my computer won't pick up the camera. What have I done differently this time?

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  • Pricedog Jun 07, 2008

    Same problem here. Running Windows Vista Business with EOS 20D. When I plug camera in it says that it's loading icons but then stops midway and then says something like device not recognised. Camera also does not appear under My Computer as a device when plugged in unlike my other camera etc.

  • arturovideo Jun 28, 2008

    a MAC OS X dont recognize the camera

  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    computer stops recognising new kodakeasyshare c813 camera all of a sudden.at one time i used to automatically get the scanner and camera wizard as soon as i plugged in the usb cable.That disappeared,i got a new camera and started using Kodak easyshare.it worked fine for a while now i cant get that to come up either

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Hi I have exactly the same problem. I'm running Windows Vista Business as the OS and have installed the disk that came with the camera with no avail.

It keeps recognising it as a scanner, but I cannot open the pics. I've tried different cables as well. No use.

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