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Icant send the photos to my PC

I cant transfer my photos from my camera to PC because i cant see it.
data cable is working properly

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Make sure the camera is on and pc is selected on the camera screen when connected to the computer. You will need to have PC highlighted and select ok on the camera as this starts the camera and computer to communicate. Once communication established the LCD screen of the camera goes dark and the computer should generate a removable disk drive.
If you do not see a removable disk drive then you need to check the device manager to make sure the camera is detected properly. If you need assistance with this then call Olympus technical support line at 888-553-4448 option 5.

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