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Did you try going to the camera's web site to the downloads tab, locating your camera model there, and then downloading the camera's software that way? I have downloaded a lot of software for free this way in the absence of a download disc. It's worth checking out. Chances are it will be there and free of charge.
The Canon web sites usually have the software you need. You may find it in a country other than your own - eg. Canon USA often has software different from Canon Europe. Other than that, try a web search, or use a card reader, if the pc does not recognise the camera.
Actually, if you're using XP you should not need the disc at all to shoot & download images.
If you're looking for software so you can crop & that sort of thing, I recommend googles Picasa program, its free.
To download images without the disc simply connect the camera like you have in the past and XP will find the device & walk you thru downloading images, usually.
If not, click on "my computer" and you should find your camera/device listed there.
Personally, I use a card reader and take my memory card out and download the images using the reader.