Re: Canon PowerShot A40 Digital Camerca, no driver in Vista
On Feb 4, 8:22 am, Lawrence Mok
> My digital camera don't work anymore because there is no driver support.
> It's Canon PowerShot A40 which I purchased ~4 years ago, which worked fine
> in XP
> Can Microsoft include the driver for this? So far canon.com don't have
> driver for my camera yet, and I have to load my photos and connect my Camera
> from Linux.
Welcome to the brave new world of Vista. I had an A40 but I gave it
to my daughter after buying a Canon S3 IS. IBut have a Sony Camcorder
that has an USB interface that Vista broke. I doubt Microsoft will
solve this; It's up to the camera venders to release new drivers for
Vista. This will be a test of how well they support obsolete
products. BTW, my new Canon camera doesn't require a driver. It act
just like a USB flash-drive and uses the flash-drive driver built into
windows. Smart move by Canon but too late for owners of older camera
As for a solution to your problem, you may just have to break down and
by a flash card reader that works with Vista. It would have the added
advanage of being faster. The A40 uses the old slow USB 1.0
interface. My new Canon camera uses USB 2.0 and transfers photos much
faster than my old A40.''
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