Well, here is the Canon page to download the 22.214.171.124 updater
But it requires a currently installed version 6.6, so now I need to find where I got that full installer from back last September.
Ok. I'm back.
Here's the Canon page to download the 6.6.0b "updater" file
, which theoretically itself requires a pre-installed prior version of Zoom Browser.
But according to the notes:
Precautions for Windows Vista /7 Users
To Users of Windows Vista /7:
Users who purchased Windows Vista for the first time can use this updater to install the application. In this case, please have the CD-ROM (DIGITAL CAMERA Solution Disk) bundled with the product ready.
- Download and start this updater.
- Insert the CD-ROM (DIGITAL CAMERA Solution Disk) into the computer's drive.
- Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
So it looks like you can use this 6.6.0b "updater" file as the complete product installer, as long as it can read the Digital Camera Solution CD (which you obviously have, since that's what it looks like you tried to use) to pick up the license/verification from that CD. That's also how Adobe works, as well as Microsoft products... when you install for the first time on a new machine and don't want to install the old product first. You just run the new "upgrade" product and let it "see" the old CD that you have, and that's all it needs as proof you're legit.