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Re: Olympus 810 just gone dead
If the camera was being updated and then unplugged from the computer, the internals may have been fried... olympus repair can give a free estimate on the camera repair if needed... olympusamerica.com/repair
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Yes you can the easiest way is to plug a usb flash drive "at least 1GB" into your xbox 360 find it on settings tab >Storage... format it if it isn't already when it is formated remove from xbox 360 plug both usb flash drive and camera into pc/laptop then copy photos from camera onto usb flash drive. after your finished remove usb flash drive put it back into xbox 360 and you can move them to or from any formatted storage device including you hard drive
Consider NOT connecting your camera to your computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive. Or you can use any photo cataloging program.
If you have the latest driver downloaded so your pc can recognize the camera, first run the pic transfer program, then turn on camera, then lastly connect camera to pc via usb cable. Usually as soon as you plug in the camera it should ask if you want to transfer pictures. If it doesn't ask, then the driver probably needs to be updated or software needs to be reinstalled and pc restarted.
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. Check the System Tray (lower right corner beside the PC time) for Safely Remove Hardware. When you click on it, it should read "Safely Remove USB Mass Storage Device Drive ?:" If you dont see that, then check the Device Manager to see if the camera is recognized as USB Mass Storage Device. The camera uses the driver usbstor.
To learn about the new and free version of Olympus Master 2 software go to: http://www.olympusamerica.com/cpg_section/oima_softwareMaster.asp Click on 'Free Download' to register your email address to receive an email containing a link to download either the Windows or Mac version. This software replaces all previous versions of Camedia Master 4.x and Olympus Master 1.x and is Vista compatible.
First, let's get the obvious/simple things out of the way, just to be thorough :) : Power off the PC, leave ten seconds, power on again then try it.
Have you tried it with another USB cable Have you tried it on another USB port on the PC (if you've been using a front port, try a back one & vice-versa - they're often controlled by different chips).
Assuming none of those work, the most likely cause is a corrupted USB driver. To fix this: * Make sure the camera's USB cable is not plugged into the PC. * Uninstall the Olympus software (Camedia Master) if you have installed it.
Now delete the C5060 device as follows:
* Go to the Control Panel. Double click on System. Click on the Hardware tab and then click "Device manager".
* Go to the View menu and click "Show hidden devices".
*Scroll to the bottom of the device list and expand the USB list. You will see some USB Mass storage devices.
* Go through the list: double click on one, wait for its properties sheet to open and look at the Location. It will have something like:
Location 0 (C5060Z ).
Hit "Esc" to close the property sheet. If it was the right one, delete it (select it with the mouse and hit Delete). If it was the wrong one, proceed to the next one.
* Close Device manager.
* Reinstall the Olympus software if you are using it.
* Plug the camera's USB cable into the PC as usual. If all goes well, you'll get the "Found new hardware" message and it will proceed to reinstall the driver, following which all should be well.