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I used to be able to plug in my camera to the computor and get all my pictures downloaded and now all of a sudden, I CAN"T and I need to find out WHY>??????? Thanks

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  • princesso301 Aug 17, 2008

    I just need help downloading my pictures from my camera to my computor which used to work and now all of sudden it doesn't,,,,,,,,,,,,,HELP

  • Anonymous Dec 07, 2008

    My powershot 540 was working fine with my computer, to download. Now when I hook it up, I can hear the 'ding' noise, as if the coputer is recognizing it, but then gives me a message "No camera found" when I download

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Normally in windows xp allmost all the makes, models, and brands of digital cameras are recognised as mass storage device, and shows it as extended drive, when you connect it to the computer via USB. If earlier it was recognising and have stopped all of a sudden ,there may be
1) defective USB cable.
2) Defective USB port in the camera
3) problem with the operating system of the computer. Try connecting it on some other computer.

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