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Im not sure what you are refering for device driver ...but ..if you plug the camera with the card in ...using a usb cable ...the xp will see the SD card into the my computer folder like a removable storage device ...and you will be able to get picture from it ...by copy ..paste ...this is the easiest way .. also if you plug the card directly into a card reader will be the same .. if you are refering in this thread that your computer do not see the camera at all ..try to change the usb port ..with one in the back ...cause it may require a 2.0 usb and this is the reason that is not seeing it ...also ...may try ..(for to be sure the camera is communicating with the computer ) to plug the camera ...and start the add new hardware from the control panel ( if it do not start itself ..) than let it find it and install it automatically ...insert the driver disk if it asks..but if you ran it before it will be not needed..
Sounds like there is no connection between your camera and your pc. Try another USB port on your PC. You actually do not require a driver for XP. XP will automatically detect the camera. SP2 + 3 If all fails, get a card reader.
I had same problem: ZoomBrowser had been working fine on XP sp2, but today I found it could no longer detect the camera. My guess is some operating system patch caused it to stop working. I finally got it working again by doing the following:
1) Go to http://software.canon-europe.com/ , select Powershot G1 as the product, and get the list of available updates.
2) Download and install the latest version of ZoomBrowser (6.0.1).
3) Download and (re-)install the USB driver ( Canon Digital Camera WIA Driver 3.9.1). It will probably tell you it's already installed, but continue with the install anyway. It will also warn you that the driver isn't certified for XP, but ignore that and continue.
4) Reconnect the camera to the USB port on the computer and put it into upload mode. *Now* a window should pop up with a selection of programs you can launch, including ZoomBrowser. Yay!