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BYE on Toshiba tablet


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After you connect the tablet and the camera with a USB cable and power the camera on, Windows should recognize the camera and load the kernel-level driver. Once this driver is loaded, you should see the camera listed in the Windows Device Manager.

If the camera is not listed in the Device Manager then there is  no way that BYE and the Canon SDK will be able to connect.

In a full version of Windows, the driver is installed with the O/S. Maybe you need to install the driver for the tablet-based version of Windows.

Even if you get this to work I would be concerned that the tablet is not fast enough to support some of the high-load functionality like LiveView or Planetary imaging. Others have had issues with the USB being saturated on low-end machines like netbooks.

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