Re: missing usb cable for olympus camedia c-4000 zoom
Hello. The correct USB cable for your C-4000 camera is the CB-USB4 cable. Here is a site that sells the USB cable for your camera: CB-USB4 USB Cable for Olympus C-4000 Camera If you scroll down to the compatible models you will see that it lists the C-4000 camera.
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either get a card reader to hook up to your usb on your computer this is easiest and dont have to download a driver for your camera if you dont have a disk. Or just get a usb for your camera and download them.
One way to transfer photos from your Olympus c-4000 camera to your computer without installing any software is to remove the memory card from the camera and plug it into a card reader on your computer. The pictures on your camera will be shown in windows explorer as a removable storage device.
If you don't have a card reader connected or built-in to your computer for your memory card type, then try connecting your camera with the usb cable, and your pictures will show up in windows explorer as a removable storage device.
You can transfer photos from your Olympus c-4000 camera to yourcomputer without installing any software by removing the memory cardfrom the camera and pluging it into a card reader connected to your computer. Thepictures on your camera will be shown in windows explorer as aremovable storage device.
Ifyou don't have a card reader connected or built-in to your computer foryour memory card type, then try connecting your camera with the usb cable, and your pictures will show up in windows explorer as a removable storage device.
Doubt the software will work on Vista. If you do have the disk, before you click on the install program, right click it and use the "XP compatability" mode. I would dual boot to an XP partition to take care of all your XP needs. Its a bummer but that is what Im doing...
If you're running Windows XP then you don't need it. Connect via USB cable, switch on the camera (to view) and press the OK button when the menu appears. The camera will then be seen in windows explorer as a drive and the files can be copied direct to your hard drive. You can then use a better software package to store, view, manipulate and print them.