mvanrheenen wrote:A lot of things could go wrong here. I assume you use Windows XP/Vista/7/8?
Correct. Windows 7 Professional.
For starters, remember that connecting a camera to your computer doesn't necessary mean that the camera isn't succesfully connected. Check the Device Manager for USB devices and look if the camera is mentioned.
There is no mention of the camera.
If not, maybe no compatible driver couls be found or installed. But if this were true, you should've seen some kind of error or balloontext. You could check the System log in the Event Viewer to check for driver installation errors.
I did SFC/scannow and found no errors.
You reacht the Event Viewer and Device Manager through the Control Panel OR rightclick on My Computer/Computer and choose Manage from the menu.
I will try the Event Viewer as you suggested.
Last thing that pops up: USB setting of the camera is on PTP/MTP mode. Have a look in the menu of the camera (if there is such a thing on that model) and switch the "USB Connection" setting to "Mass Storage" and connect the camera again.
There is no such menu option for QX10.
If you're really stuck I'd be willing to set-up a remote session with one of your computers to help you with this issue. Just takes a bit of planning because of the time difference
Absolutely. I would welcome that. I am in Pacific time zone. In meantime, I will buy another micro USB cable and try it. That would be the last variable in the equation to try.
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