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Spent a long time running all manner of tests and trying this and that, and gave up. Backed up his files and reinstalled windows. So problem solved... I guess. Until some new file gets corrupted or something. Every time I went to run the windows repair, it said something about any new devices being plugged in, and it even mentioned a camera. Suspicious, because he has a photography hobby and recently plugged in some kind of weird cannon camera that for some dumb reason, installed some kind of drivers. I think....

Anyway, after that he had the trouble. So I don't know if that was related.
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What is the camera he has plugged in?
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