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EOS Utility 2.8.1 for Windows 7 (32+64 bit)

 
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Mar 09, 2010 11:20 |  #1

on the web site now

. Supported OSes
- Windows 7 (All 32-bit/64-bit systems expect for Starter Edition)
- Windows Vista (including SP1/SP2) (All 32-bit/64-bit systems expect for Starter Edition)
- Windows XP SP2/SP3 (Home Edition/Professional)


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Mar 09, 2010 11:24 |  #2

As well as ZB 6.5.1 for Win 7


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Mar 09, 2010 11:44 |  #3

If anyone installs EU on Win 7 64-bit maybe you can post your results here. I've seen lots of people complaining that Canon doesn't support it so it will be great to see some results from this new release.


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Mar 09, 2010 12:13 |  #4

WaltA wrote in post #9760397 (external link)
If anyone installs EU on Win 7 64-bit maybe you can post your results here. I've seen lots of people complaining that Canon doesn't support it so it will be great to see some results from this new release.

Why wouldn't Canon support Window 7 64-bit when there's a separate entry for it on their web site? I'm thinking what people were complaining about was the 64-bit support for the older cameras which did not originally have any 64-bit drivers written for it and probably never will.


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Mar 09, 2010 12:27 |  #5

WaltA wrote in post #9760397 (external link)
If anyone installs EU on Win 7 64-bit maybe you can post your results here. I've seen lots of people complaining that Canon doesn't support it so it will be great to see some results from this new release.

PacAce wrote in post #9760622 (external link)
Why wouldn't Canon support Window 7 64-bit when there's a separate entry for it on their web site? I'm thinking what people were complaining about was the 64-bit support for the older cameras which did not originally have any 64-bit drivers written for it and probably never will.

EOS Utility works on my Win7 64, at least the tethered shooting works with my 1DM3. I haven't tried it on my older 5D Classic (or one of my older 30D/400D that my kids have).


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Mar 09, 2010 12:37 |  #6

PacAce wrote in post #9760622 (external link)
Why wouldn't Canon support Window 7 64-bit when there's a separate entry for it on their web site? I'm thinking what people were complaining about was the 64-bit support for the older cameras which did not originally have any 64-bit drivers written for it and probably never will.

There is now but it was not there on earlier versions on EOS Utility.


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