Download: Canon EOS Updater Utility
Edit your registry as follows:
Posted by Brian Choi
4:16:43 PM, Wednesday, May 09, 2007 (GMT)
What Canon calls updaters are actually full versions of their software. They simply check for the presence of registry keys. The following instructions work for Windows:
1) In your favorite text editor, paste the following:Another user wrote on May 7, 2011:
2) Save the text file as Update.reg. Note that the extension must be .reg and not .reg.txt
3) Open the file. It will prompt you "Are you sure you want to add the information ...?" Click Yes.
Voila, now you can make clean installs of your favorite Canon applications straight from the updaters.
Although, he doesn’t say to add this to the first line in the txt editor:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
UPDATE: I finally tried this and it didn't work for me. After some online research, I found a comment in a thread that showed that Vista 64 and Win 7 required extra text, so here it is!
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00Also, some people have been confused about the "save as .reg" thing. You need to select "*.* All file types" from the drop down menu for file type when saving your file, then type the full name as "Update.reg" then click on that file to make it run.