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I connect my camera to computer and choose to download to zoom browser the pictures to the pre selected file but then an error that the file does not exist and the zoom browser is not responding? another time it stated the photos were read only??

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Use explorer to download until you implement a suitable solution. my suggestion is to reinstall the canon software.
'read only' will not affect you. you can change the file attributes once you have the image downloaded, but it usually does not remain as 'read only' after downloading a copy.
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