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Canon SD70IS USB zoombrowser camerawindow = camera not detected

Updated drivers, uninstalled/reinstalled software... low level formated memory stick... when I plug the (brand new) camera in I hear the "ding dong" confirmation that it's been detected but NONE of the software actually detects it. (Interestingly, my HP's built in memory stick reader does not recognize the memory stick either). I suspect one of my drivers may have been replaced during the install of an HP multifunction device (no longer used).

Instead of going crazy trying to fix this all day again I'm going fishing! Thanx for the help in advance.

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