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Old 20th of May 2003 (Tue)   #1
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Default Firmware update

Has anyone tried the G3 firmware update [ver]? Were there any problems?

My G3 is a candidate for the update. I discovered this after checking serial numbers and submitting it to Canon on the download web page.

Patches and updates are not always as reliable as one would wish so I was wondering if anyone else had updated their firmware or had any comments.

Thanks 2Hog
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