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No camera found

I've never had any difficulties connecting the camera and computer or downloading images (to Max OSX) but am now repeatedly getting a "no camera found" message. I've checked the USB port and this appears to be working fine. The camera too appears to be functioning in all other respects...batteries have been recharged just in case...any ideas?

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Try to reinstall camera's softwre to your PC. Good luck!

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