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Canon no longer supports DIGIC II cameras like the 20Da. For this reason they have never released a 64-bit low level driver for them. This means that if you are running a 64-bit version of Windows, there is no way that you will be able to connect BYE to your camera. If your version of Windows is 32-bit then all you need is a 32-bit kernel level plug-and-play driver. Then in BYE you must select the "Canon 210" version of the SDK to use for managing the camera.

The camera is so far out-of-date that getting a driver could prove a challenge. You may be able to install the Windows XP driver on a newer version of 32-bit Windows, perhaps as new as Windows 8, but I am not sure. Some people have been successful, and some have given up. O'Telescope cannot provide that driver since it belongs to Canon.
  

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