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Powershot a710is - connecting to device problem

I have loaded the software on my pc but when i connect the camera to computer for photo download i have this message in photo downloader "connecting to device please wait" - this has been like this for 4 hours! the pictures appear to download but im unable to go further! i continue to re-load software and restart pc to no avail! i have photoshop on my p.c. (which is the photo downloader). getting fed up now!

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Have you tried downloading with a different software?
* Picasa is one option (download from www.picasa.com)
Otherwise, you could try and import the photos using Window's Digital Camera Import Wizard

If any of these two methods work, then it is PhotoShot that has the issue. Otherwise, it might be the camera.

BTW, what OS are you using?


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