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OS 9.1 and USB Digital Camera Problems
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Jan 14, 2001, 11:38 AM
 
Any one else not being able to mount their USB digital camera on the 9.1 desktop? I can't and any helpful information an how to get it to work would be great. Updated USB drivers?? New camera drivers??? My camera is a Monilta Dimage 2330, if that helps.
     
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Jan 14, 2001, 11:07 PM
 
No probelms here. I have a Canon ELF Powershot S100 digital and have not encountered any issues with it using 9.1
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Jan 16, 2001, 02:16 PM
 
I use a Coolpix 950 and transfer the images to my Rev. A iMac (160 MB) via a Sandisk Imagemate CF reader. Prior to updating to 9.1 the reader worked A-OK - but since upgrading the computer either crashes as the Coolpix icon appears on the desktop or freezes (Type 10 error)as soon as I try to open the drive. I've installed the latest Imagemate drivers - but the CF cards are a no go. Could this problem be the NikonViewer software? Or just a driver incompatibility? Is anyone else having this problem?
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