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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The C3000(which I have) and C3030 are not directly supported by any version of Windows. You must either use the Camedia software to access the camera(via USB connection) or use an external Smartmedia card reader like a ZIO(I have one, it works great). Camedia 2.0 will work(with XP) but it will not allow you to select more than one picture at a time to download from the camera. I have heard that Camedia 2.5 fixes this problem with XP and it is available for purchase from the Olympus website. I decided to get the card reader instead of the new version of Camedia because I use Photoshop to do my editing. I believe only the latest Oly cameras(like the 3020) have direct support under XP. By this I mean when you connect the camera to the PC it shows up as a new drive letter. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2005
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
I was getting super frustrated with my camera too, my huband is a genious.. he just flipped the mode to the one that shows a usb cable on it and it worked. Maybe this is all you need to do as well? Hth
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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