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Re: EOS 6D problems


@PhotosByNeva wrote:
There is a "safe remove" for usb on Windows 7. The little arrow in bottom right of your home screen. Click that, there should be several icons that show up, onee is the little usb one. Click on that. It is only there ifnyou have a usb port in use. I use it all the time.

The simplest solution is to first turn off the camera.  One second later, Windows tells you that the device has disconnected.

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Re: EOS 6D problems

I don't connect my camera I take my memory card out and stick it into my laptop and in that instance you also can eject safely. If I use my card reader from my older camera I also use the eject on the Windows screen.
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