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Can you see the camera as a "drive" with Windows Explorer?
No, not with Windows 2000.
I think you should. Try uninstalling the Canon software/drivers.
My camera wasn't recognized anymore after I cleaned my pc a bit too well.
So I reinstalled the Canon software & driver but it didn't help.
Then I restarted the Service "Static Image Service" and I was able again to have my camera recognized by the Canon software.
But that wasn't enough for Adobe...
That's why I wonder which services Adobe Photoshop depends of...
> That's why I wonder which services Adobe Photoshop depends of...
All I can say is that the camera needs to appear as a drive and it's common for manufacturer's drivers etc. to get in the way.
My family has multiple Canon cameras. I purchased a camera card reader a couple of years ago and decided to ignore the Canon drivers.
Well I connect it for 3 years in Windows 2K and it never appeared as a drive which isn't any problem anyway as long as it's recognized by the programs that are meant to recognize it.
In this case I guess I'll have to choose between keeping using the Canon software or bying a card reader...
Thanks for your help,
I would suggest to you report this problem to Adobe specifying about your camera and software etc...
You can post a bug at