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Capture One on Mountain Lion won't see camera. How can I see if the Mac OS sees it?

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hi guys

We have a software Capture One which is used for photography.

The camera attaches by USB to our Mac. However, the software is not recognising it. It used to work fine. There's no updates or anything of the sort.

The camera works perfectly on other Macs with the same OS.

How can I see if there's a conflict error? Or how can I see what is attached to the Mac (like you can in Windows) so that I can ensure the Mac at least is able to see the camera?

Many thanks
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Pull down the Apple menu to About this Mac. Hit More Info, then System Report.

In the hardware section, scroll down and click on USB and it should show what is attached.
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Great stuff. Thank you.

Once we found out what it was, we did this:

http://forum.phaseone.com/En/viewtopic.php?f=46&t=13071
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