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Re: Cannot shoot videos direct-to-pc using Fe-190
The camera can not do that kind of functionality - it does not have the capability to be set up in any type of control mode. There are some Olympus cameras that allow for this unfortunately this model is not one of them.
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Unfortunately you can't use the FE-190 as a webcam. It was designed as a camera, storing still images (and incidentally, videos) to a memory card. It was not designed to stream live video to another device.
I know this wasn't the answer you wanted to see, but there it is.
If you are using a Windows computer 2000/xp/Vista you need no software Windows has all the facilities it needs. If the Computer cannot detect the camera when it is plugged in to the computer USB socket and switched on and set to up load. Then there would appear to be a fault with the camera or battery. I suggest you remove the card from the camera and try to get it read by a friend or processing station to establish if in fact the card has images/data on it.
Actually, if you're using XP you should not need the disc at all to shoot & download images.
If you're looking for software so you can crop & that sort of thing, I recommend googles Picasa program, its free.
To download images without the disc simply connect the camera like you have in the past and XP will find the device & walk you thru downloading images, usually.
If not, click on "my computer" and you should find your camera/device listed there.
Personally, I use a card reader and take my memory card out and download the images using the reader.