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OS X 10.6.5 and EOS Utility 2.9.0 incompatibility

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Johanna Shanir

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I recently upgraded to Snow Leopard and can after that not connect to my cameras.

My Google searches have already showed me that there are serious compatibility issues with Snow Leopard and Canon software, but although I have updated EOS to 2.9.0, it still freezes when I try to connect either my Canon IXUS 8515, or my Canon PowerShot SX100IS.

Does anyone have up-to-date information on this problem?

What do I have to wait for now..?

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Have you tried to install the drivers off of Canon's WEB site?

Canon U.S.A. : Support & Drivers : PowerShot SX100 IS

Generally Mac will work out of the box, but if it doesn't head to the vendor and see if they have a better driver.
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