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Cannot transfer more than 10mb from usb???

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by galkim, Dec 23, 2012.

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  1. galkim

    galkim Thread Starter

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    hey there guys!

    so here's my problem:

    i got a canon 600D digital SLR camera, and whenever i take photos with it the file size is usually somewhere between 5-12 Mb per photo.

    i have this annoying problem that whenever i want to transfer the files to my computer via the USB cable, if a photo is above 10Mb the whole copying process stops and i find myself having to copy each photo manually, one by one. i have to emphasize that i have no problems with other devices or usb sticks, and the camera itself is working perfectly. also, the problem only arises when i try to copy the whole files in bulk from the camera to my pc.

    is it my camera thats wrong? could it be that my sd card isnt fast enough? (it's 30mb/sec)

    please help
     
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    Wild guess: maybe the camera thinks that it is idle and goes to sleep after a minute or two?
     
  3. galkim

    galkim Thread Starter

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    no its not that
     
  4. Lance1

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    Are you plugging the camera into the system or just the SD card?
     
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    im using the camera, not a card reader, and the software is the latest
     
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