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Do canon digital cameras need drivers?
Installed windows 7 64bit over the weekend, all hardware working so far.
Went to plug in my old canon powershot a200 digital camera the other night and windows 7 said no driver could be found, no windows 7 driver listed on the canon site, yet windows compatible site says the camera is compatible, what gives?
Thinking about buying a new camera, the canon SD960 IS, which is very new camera in their product line. I checked compatibilty site and it says it's compatible with windows 7 64bit, yet the canon site has no drivers.
In general , do digital cameras need drivers to work in windows 7?, are a number of the drivers all ready included in windows 7, and what is the chance that windows 7 64bit is going to have or find a driver for the canon SD960 IS, if i get it?
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