Question about Canon Cameras
It is very simple you guys! I had the same problem with my Windows XP SP3 and SOLVE IT EASY!
1. Unplug all your USB devices. If you have hubs, unplug only the devices attached to the hub, not the hub from the computer.
2. Open the registry and delete the following 6 branches.
3. Restart your computer and attach one by one your USB devices. If you have hubs, first let the OS to recognize your hubs, then attach the USB devices.
Your Digital Camera should be recognized immediately by the system. If you don't have your Digital Camera software installed you can use Windows Scanner and Camera Wizard to upload your photos.
Cheers from Guvidu Romania
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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