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No need to attention for it,just go on ,I have happen to this problem like this for several model of cameras,but it is just a OS mislead error sometime.By the way,confirm your battery for Canon PowerShot A570 IS is installed.
Select the "Start" menu in the lower left corner of your computer monitor screen. Select "Control Panel", then double-click on "Display".
Click on the upper "Settings" tab, then move the slider bar to the right, to at least 1024 x 768 pixel. Then hit Apply or OK. This will increase the screen resolution of your computer monitor so that it will be compatible with the Canon software.
Generally screen resolution refers to your computers resolution which is controlled via the control panel of your computer. I would try fiddling with other screen resolutions to see if this helps. This will cause items on your computer to either be larger or smaller than you are used to, but you might find you like it better.
You would go to control panel>display>settings, to adjust this.
I had the same issue with my Netbook. In order to get the software onto my netbook I had to use an external monitor. I set up my HD monitor as the main monitor through the graphics driver. I set the main monitor from notebook to monitor. Then I installed the package and set the main screen back to notebook. I can use the EOS Utility which allows my to download my raw images and remotely control my camera, but I cannot run DPP. I hope this is of help
No, it means the screen resolution for your computer. These days most computers should have their resolution to 1024x768. If you don't know how to change it ask somebody who knows a little about computers to help, its not a problem with your camera.
Change your compuetr's display resolution to a better performance.
Click with the right mouse button on your computer screen.
- The Display properties window will open
- Click with the left button on the Setting tab.
- Change screen resultion as required
- Press "apply"
Check whether the new setting solve your problem.