Question about Cameras
Barring any faults with the camera itself, it's likely that either your driver has become corrupted or that recently installed software is conflicting with it.
Try uninstalling and reinstalling the software for your camera onto your Mac. You can find the most current software by clicking here, but it hasn't significantly changed for a while as the model is long discontinued and is no longer supported.
As has already been suggested, a better solution is to use an external card reader connected to your Mac. Uploads are then faster and your Mac already has its own picture software, but if you prefer it's easy enough to handle the images via the existing Canon software once they've been uploaded via the external reader.
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Posted on Sep 16, 2010
You can avoid problems by using a card reader instead of the camera and downloading to a folder you create on your desktop.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
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