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Old January 22nd 05, 01:59 AM
Tim Bollup
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I'm unable to download pictures using my D20 and EOS Digital Software.
When I plug the USB in, the software sees the camera but then I get a
message that says the camera is "too busy" and that I need to turn off
the LCD and try again. The LCD was never on and it doesn't matter
anyway because I can't get past that windown. Any advice would be
appreciated.

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Old January 22nd 05, 02:15 AM
Eric Gill
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"Tim Bollup" wrote in news:1106359165.426484.86780
@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com:

I'm unable to download pictures using my D20 and EOS Digital Software.
When I plug the USB in, the software sees the camera but then I get a
message that says the camera is "too busy" and that I need to turn off
the LCD and try again. The LCD was never on and it doesn't matter
anyway because I can't get past that windown. Any advice would be
appreciated.


Use a card reader. USB 2.0 at least, but preferably Firewire.

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Old January 22nd 05, 02:19 AM
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Tim Bollup wrote:

I'm unable to download pictures using my D20 and EOS Digital

Software.
When I plug the USB in, the software sees the camera but then I get a
message that says the camera is "too busy" and that I need to turn

off
the LCD and try again. The LCD was never on and it doesn't matter
anyway because I can't get past that windown. Any advice would be
appreciated.


Advice #1: Call Canon tech support; they would know more about this
than any random stranger on USENET might. Better turn-around time too,
and likely no snarky smart-ass responses like this.

Advice #2: Buy a $20 card reader like everyone else. It's so much
faster.

 




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