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I have a Canon FR-100 Floppy Disk Still Image Recorder, but have not connected it to my latest PC as I no longer use diskettes. But I still use my Canon ZR10 Digital Video Camcorder, and have recorded some still pictures (6-second freezes) on the mini DV Cassette. I have moved the video clip containing the stills into my PC hard drive and onto a CD. However, I can't print out the stills using any viewer that I have. How can I use my FR-100 to capture the stills off CD or hard drive file and print them? My FR-100 has a USB connection, but no software for it. Does it need a driver or other software?

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