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Hello, I am new to Apple computers and have just bought my first Mac, a new iMac with Mac OS X Leopard. I have a Canon Eos 5D and can't connect through to the computer through the software that came with it called, EOS utility. This software worked until this afternoon when it kept saying that the camera was busy. I have got my photographs onto the computer through iPhoto and want to uninstall the Canon Utilities. I would like to uninstall the software but don't know how to.

Your comments would be greatly appreciated
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Lovely camera. Other users are also having trouble with Leopard and I have included a link.

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/re...ssage=25923872

Does the original install CD have an uninstall option?
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Thanks a lot,
No the original CD does not have an uninstall option,
I looked at other websites and switched the communication from PC Connect to print/ptp on the camera.
That is really slow so I fixed that by using iPhoto instead and dragged the canon software to the trash. Now it works beutifully.
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Great! Sometimes you gotta experiment!

It is common for the uninstall program to be contained in the actual program, in the application folder.
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