04-23-2013 08:06 AM
There is a newer version of EOS Utility than version 126.96.36.199. Version 2.13.0 can be downloaded from the Canon USA website below:
Please try downloading and installing the update to this newer version and see if that does not resolve the issue.
If this is a time sensitive-matter, additional support options are available at Contact Us.
04-24-2013 01:09 AM
thanks for the response. Unfortunately this also did not work. I downloaded the linked EOS utility 2.13.0(188.8.131.52) and ran the importer. I even rebooted my mac to make sure that only the smallest amount of programs/services were running and closed as much as possible. It started off well, the tool was able to download around 87 of my 175 RAW images, but then it got stuck again. I restarted the tool, but this time it stopped already at picture one(see attached screenshots). The first screenshot is from the frozen upload-menu. The 2nd pops up after about 3mins telling me there was some communication error.
This is accompanied by some interesting console log-messages:
4/23/13 9:51:12.000 PM kernel: USBF: 319.351 AppleUSBEHCI[0xffffff8012154000]::Found a transaction which hasn't moved in 5 seconds on bus 0xfa, timing out! (Addr: 6, EP: 2)
4/23/13 9:51:19.000 PM kernel: USBF: 326.355 AppleUSBEHCI[0xffffff8012154000]::Found a transaction which hasn't moved in 5 seconds on bus 0xfa, timing out! (Addr: 6, EP: 2)
4/23/13 9:51:26.000 PM kernel: USBF: 333.358 AppleUSBEHCI[0xffffff8012154000]::Found a transaction which hasn't moved in 5 seconds on bus 0xfa, timing out! (Addr: 6, EP: 2)
4/23/13 9:51:33.000 PM kernel: USBF: 340.361 AppleUSBEHCI[0xffffff8012154000]::Found a transaction which hasn't moved in 5 seconds on bus 0xfa, timing out! (Addr: 6, EP: 2)
I even installed the Adobe Lightroom 5 beta version, just to check how it performs and it broke with the same error code, followed by some custom Lightroom errors:
4/23/13 9:57:11.000 PM kernel: USBF: 678.523 AppleUSBEHCI[0xffffff8012169000]::Found a transaction which hasn't moved in 5 seconds on bus 0xfd, timing out! (Addr: 4, EP: 2)
4/23/13 9:57:18.000 PM kernel: USBF: 685.525 AppleUSBEHCI[0xffffff8012169000]::Found a transaction which hasn't moved in 5 seconds on bus 0xfd, timing out! (Addr: 4, EP: 2)
4/23/13 9:57:25.000 PM kernel: USBF: 692.528 AppleUSBEHCI[0xffffff8012169000]::Found a transaction which hasn't moved in 5 seconds on bus 0xfd, timing out! (Addr: 4, EP: 2)
4/23/13 9:57:27.169 PM Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5: ERROR: requestDownloadFile returned Error Domain=com.apple.ImageCaptureCore Code=-9912 "The operation couldn’t be completed. (com.apple.ImageCaptureCore error -9912.)"
Waiting for more instructions...
04-24-2013 01:59 AM
also, I already opened a "Support by Email" ticket this past sunday, but haven't heard back from anybody... What would be best to procede here? I also have been in contact with Apple(in reference to Aperture) at some point, but after writing me that an engineer will write back to me(this was 3 weeks ago) I have not heard anything.
04-24-2013 03:22 AM
04-24-2013 03:31 AM
thanks for the response.
1. There are no hub's. I connected the 5D directly to my MacBook Pro's usb-port's(checked both).
2. I can use the same flash-card with the same USB-cable with my Canon 50D and download the RAW pictures I shot with the 5D mark 3.
3. I can flawlessly download all pictures on a windows 7 PC with the eos utility and the same cable.
My guess: someone messed up the driver-code, but it's not clear whether it was apple or canon. Currently more fingers seem to point to canon.
04-24-2013 08:45 AM - edited 04-24-2013 08:47 AM
The camera isn't shutting off by any chance while it is d/l is it?
And you are using the USB cable that came with the camera?
I still think it is a USB problem.
04-24-2013 11:02 AM
Marco, I agree with your guess...interestingly I haven't heard of your problem on other forums...I guess most people use card readers and don't bother with connecting the camera...Sorry could not be of any help...I can appreciate your trouble though. I'd be irate at this point .
04-26-2013 01:00 AM - edited 04-26-2013 01:02 AM
today I was out taking pictures again and tried to download them - this time successfully. 2 Days ago the canon email support told me to turn "Auto power off" to "disable". This has most likely fixed my issue(most likely, since I already once was able to download 87 of 175, and today I had exactly 75 pictures total). But I am very confident that this was it.
A word with you canon developer(s)... please fix this - I have the "Auto power off"-feature set to 1min on my Canon 50D and I never had any lost connection - EVER - since it will ignore the option when it is connected via USB. I would love to use the same setting on my brand new 5D Mark 3. But this just on the side, from one software developer to another.
04-26-2013 02:17 PM
I tried auto power off disable - that did not work either. I had contacted Canon support and tried the things they recommended and was not successful. so they recommended replacing the camera since I just bought it. I got it replaced and the new one also has the same problem. I dont know whats going on. My laptop worked fine with the 5d MIII I got from CPS. But the two new ones I got are not working. Its working just fine on a windows laptop. I am getting the same issue which marcosf was getting.
I have the OSx Mountain Lion all updated. I have the latest EOS utility (updated last week) and the camera firmware is uptodate.
I am a little reluctant to use a card reader as I have to often take the card in and out and am afraid that it will spoil my camera (my first P&S had that fate.. so I am afraid)
04-26-2013 02:59 PM
If it is a Mac and you have Lion, there are know issues with it, and at least with LR and PS CS6.
Probably more software.
I repeat again!!!!!!!
The 5D is one of the cameras that Mac Lion does NOT support. Swapping out the camera is not going to help.