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I have went through the steps and some were turned off how ever the yellow canon symbol was there but when i got to my Computer it was not there so i couldnt right click please you have been so great i appreciate you helping me i have learned something new. :)

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Make sure the camera doesn't power off while you are doing this. The camera has to be on in order to be recognized.

When you downloaded the driver, did you also install it?

If the camera shows up under your device manager again, try right clicking it and updating driver software by searching automatically.

Let me know whether this helps or not. We're getting somewhere:) Thanks for your patience, there are many things to check for.

Posted on May 31, 2008

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