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I am trying to download pics from my canon rebel xt and when i plug in my camera to my macbook nothing happens. I normally get some kind of prompt on my laptop. I am not sure if this is related at all but when i plug in the camera i get a busy signal on the camera. so frustrated!!!!!!

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  • Cindy Bilsing Aug 07, 2013

    I am getting a busy signal on my computer program when I click on the download option I there some thing wrong with my camera? this has been happening a lot in the past couple of months. Have only had camera 6 mo.

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Change the usb port ...and close other programs before...and see that the camera is powered and in view mode..it should at least see the card from inside...even without driver ..if just do not want ...use the card directly in the card reader and copy pictures from it ..if it has a card ..

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