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Canon G9 Cannot access camera from desktop, but can from laptop. Have uninstalled and reinstalled software still same problem.

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Which is older, your desktop or Laptop? It could be you do not have USB2 on your system and it taking a long time to recognize. Can you use a card reader instead?

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Hi, the zoom function on top of my G9 has suddenly stopped working properly....it is now quite sloppy and doesn't control zoom accurately?Any ideas? Thank you Nick


Does the zoom switch feel loose? There was a problem with G7 zoom switches - a spring in the switch used to break sometimes. Maybe it's the same problem, although I have never seen a G9 with that problem. Anyways, you will have to give it to a camera technician, unless you have experience in camera repairs. G9 is not a complicated camera, but it's not hard to damage it without the experience. To access the top cover from the bottom side, half of the camera has to be disassembled.
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When I connect my G9, I get no response from my laptop. I've tried using different ports and cables. Ideas on how to solve this?


In order for your computer to recognize your camera you must install the included software. After that it should work just fine.

Feb 28, 2011 | Canon PowerShot G9 Digital Camera

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I've switched from a PC to a Mac and have installed the G9 Solution Disk on my Mac, however it doesn't seem to be working, I can't download photos to my MacbookPro, nothing happens when I connect the...


Use a card reader to download the pics to a folder you create on your desktop. From there, you should be able to import them to any program you wish...even iPhoto.

Sep 05, 2010 | Canon PowerShot G9 Digital Camera

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My computer will not detect my camera when connected.


Suggest with the camera disconnected from the computer, you uninstall, then reinstall the Canon software. (Start>Control Panel>Add/Remove Programs, or Start>All Programs>Canon>Uninstall) Windows is a 'funny animal', and drivers need to be occasionally reinstalled.

Jun 15, 2009 | Canon PowerShot G9 Digital Camera

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Lost my Canon PowerShot G9 Digital Camera Solution CD-ROM


All related software for ur camera See drivers and download section

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I'm unable to download photos from the disk.


You may be saving the images in the RAW format, which requires matching software to read. Most kiosks can't read them. If this is the case, switch back to jpeg format.

Mar 19, 2009 | Canon PowerShot G9 Digital Camera

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Canon G9


www.usa.canon.com/home

Go to Consumer products
Do a search for "G9"
Click on Drivers and Downloads
Scroll down to Guides and Manuals.

Aug 24, 2008 | Canon PowerShot G9 Digital Camera

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Computer cannot detect camera at all!


Can you use a USB card reader? The canon software is great but it best used for using a method called tethering your camera (when you shoot directly from camera to hard drive)

Jul 15, 2008 | Canon PowerShot G9 Digital Camera

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