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When transfering photos, ''the device is not ready'' message appear

Every time I plug in my camera to my laptop, I hit PC on the camera, and at first the Olympus window doesn't pop-up right away like it usually does; but when I open it myself and try to "transfer images" "from camera" I get the message "the device is not ready"... I have no clue what that means or how to fix it

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Have you tried having the camera switched on and the usb connected to your computer before switching the PC on?

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