Download the Canon CD “EOS Digital Solution Disk. And click on “EOS Digital Solution Disk Software for Mac OS. The new Canon EOS Rebel T5 camera for. Canon digital camera solution disk free download - Digital Camera Disk Recovery, Canon Remote Capture, Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT / EOS 350D DIGITAL Firmware Update, and many more programs.
System requirements To use this software, your computer has to meet the following system requirements. Supported OSes OS X 10.8, 10.9, 10.10 *Can also be used on OS X 10.11. *Can also be used on macOS 10.12.1 or later. Supported Computers PC with one of the above OS preinstalled (Upgraded machines not supported) CPU; - Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz or higher (recommended Core i series or later) RAM; - 2.0 GB or more of RAM (4.0 GB or more recommended) Hard disk drive; - Installation: Min. 300 MB of available space - Operation: Min.
600 MB of available space 3. Display - Resolution: XGA (1,024 x 768) or more (1,600 x 1,200 or more recommended) - Colors: 16-bit color (65,536 colors) or more. Setup instruction Please refer to the instructions below on how to download and install the software. Exit all other applications when installing this software. In the download page, input the serial number of the camera body printed on the label and download 'ksdm30.2a.1-installer.dmg.zip'.
Double-click the 'ksdm30.2a.1-installer.dmg.zip'. 'ksdm30.2a.1-installer.dmg' will be created. Double-click 'ksdm30.2a.1-installer.dmg'. A drive named 'EOS Solution Disk 30.2A.1' will be automatically generated on the desktop. Double-click 'ksdm30.2a.1-installer' in the 'EOS Solution Disk 30.2A.1'.
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• In 2014 Canon started supplying disk images for some cameras, but checking in 2017, it seems that often these are only for older versions of Windows/OS X, so if you don’t see one on the relevant Canon page (it seems to change quite often), try selecting an older OS such as Win8 or OS X10.7 Note that you can use a CD from an older Canon camera. If the software will install – then you just need to get an updater from the Canon web site, which will update the software to the new version. It’s important to note that you only need to have one bit of Canon software installed and then you can use any other updaters quite normally.
The tips here work with Canon software for their range of compact cameras too. Click on the tab below for the full details. • Select ‘EOS (SLR) Camera Systems’ then ‘Digital EOS Cameras’ and appropriate camera model. Remember that the software is often not specific to a particular camera, so if there is nothing for your model, look for another one. • Click ‘Drivers/Software’ • Select your operating system and the required software (Disk image not there? Try an older version of your OS) • Agree to the blurb to proceed to the download page (see the Mac/Windows tabs on this page for more details, including serial number issues) If you have no previous version of the software and can only find an updater, you will need to cheat somewhat to install it.
The software is not locked as such, but you could think of the process below as ‘unlocking Canon installer software’. Obtaining the Canon Camera Software Please don’t call us for disks – We can’t directly supply software! Updates/disk images for your camera can be downloaded from Canon sites. You need to download the software before you can continue with the installation process. Easiest way – A disk image file/installer First of all, you might be able to find an images of the install disk.
This varies with Canon site around the world, so for example, in September 2014, the on their US site has two versions of the Disk. V29. Download Japanese Keyboard Mac on this page. 0A and V29.1A.
The (Apr 2018) has V32.9A – note that this software covers ALL supported cameras. • Go to the Australian Canon support site • Select the 5D mark 3 in the list of products and click on the drivers link • On the software listing page pick your Windows version to check • Look for the ‘EOS Digital Solution Disk’ – this is a disk image that will install Canon software What if you need older software, such as for an EOS 5D or 1Ds? The easiest approach is to download a disk image for a newer camera. It’s the same disk image Once again you may need a serial number, since the s/n for our old EOS 1Ds was not recognised. I’ve no disk image – just an updater If for some reason, you’ve only got an updater and can’t get a disk image, then you need to look at using the updater and fooling it, through a simple registry edit. Windows PC registry modification is not without risks – this is a simple process, but you do this at your own risk.
The updater will only update software if it was already installed – it can be fooled. Note that once you have installed one bit of Canon software following these methods, you will be able to use future Canon software updaters without going to all this trouble. Method 1 – editing the registry Since the updaters contain full versions of the software, it’s possible to convince the installer that the software is already installed by adding appropriate hkeys to your windows registry. Note that the items you need to enter depends on the version of windows you are using – do read right through the information below to make sure what you are doing is clear.
This first example is for Windows XP (although I’m told it works with Vista 32 bit too) Use the same process with the data further down the page for whatever system you are using. You need to create a plain text file that you then use to add the information to the registry (note the need to save as.reg) Open Notepad and write (or copy/paste into Notepad) the following text (exactly – just the text you can see here).
• Save as CanonUpdate (note that a.txt extension will be automatically added) • Rename the file CanonUpdate.txt as CanonUpdate.reg • Right-click on CanonUpdate.reg and select the Merge option • You’ll be prompted to see if you wish to add this info into the Registry. • Answer ‘Yes’.
When the update software runs, it will look for the ‘keys’ (those HKEY bits). When it finds the correct one it will assume that you already had the software installed at some point and will go ahead and install the update (actually a new full version of the software). You can now install any further software update, without having the original installed, or going through this process.