Question about Canon PowerShot A560 Digital Camera
Digi Cams does not have restart button. We have to switch off it and restart it.
It is located besides your shooting mode dial (round wheel located at top side)
for easy reference go to the following link. download the manual and see the manual's page no. 3 (PDF page no.5), option No.2
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Posted on Apr 29, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Open your battery door. Notice inside that there's a little slide door inside labeled CR1220. Pry open this little slide door and remove and reinsert the encased watch battery (this battery powers the camera's clock). Removing and reinserting might fix it temporarily, but more than likely this battery is getting very low. Recommend going to your local drugstore's battery section and buying a replacement CR1220 battery. They're very common and inexpensive (a few bucks).
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
Used my "Windows Update" application and ran it-Camera was "plugged in" with my USB cable while I ran the update ( camera was off ). Must have been related to the driver for my Canon. Whatever it was-it fixed it.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
As a solution I highly recommend that you forego the old cable to the camera route, and instead consider a card reader to download your photos to your computer. Card readers are very inexpensive, much much faster downloading photos from the camera, do not use the camera's batteries during download, and are much less prone to file corruption of the photos during the download.
You place the camera's card in the reader, and your computer sees it as a hard drive. You simply copy/paste or drag/drop your photos onto your hard drive. For all of these reasons, most professional photographers utilize card readers exclusively. Really, you'll save yourself a lot of headache. Here are some examples from Amazon. Also, don't be fooled by the cost. some of the cheap ones work just fine. Go by the reviews. Also make sure you get a reader that is stated capable of reading your card (particularly if you have an SDHC card):
For international readers, here's another source for card readers (free international shipping too :-)
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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