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Canon PowerShot SD700 IS won't upload the photos to the PC?

Hi There,

I had my cmera for 3 years and never had a problem and love it. But today, it won't upload the photos. When I connected the camera to my PC, normally, the camera's little light flashes and then the page comes on the camera's screen; asking, all the photos or the new ones to be transferred. Today it wouldn't do it.

Would you be kind enoug to let me know what might be the problem and solution to that? I would really appreciate your help.

Thank you so much.

Lisa

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  • Anonymous Dec 19, 2007

    exactly the same problem. Used this camera for a year, on a Mac, never had any problems until yesterday. I tried changing cables, disconnecting other USBs, etc nothing helped.

  • kaaHAL Dec 31, 2007

    i re downloaded everything,

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I hope this down't sound dumb, but you say to use a card reader you still have to connect using a usb cable??? What's the advantage?

Posted on Nov 26, 2007

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You could avoid this problem by using a simple cheap SD card reader. Remove the SD card from your camera, insert the SD card in the reader and connect the reader to your PC/Laptop by a USB cable. You can then useWindows to view and upload your pictures

Posted on Nov 13, 2007

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