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My pictures won't download!! I never had this problem before, so I don't know whats going on? I plug in the usb cord, and the camera turns on and everything, but the thing will not pop up where it usually says press ok to transfer pictures. I redownloaded my software to my computer but when I try to transfer the images from my camera to my computer it says THE SOFTWARE IS UNABLE TO FIND THE OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA CONNECTED TO A USB PORT ON YOUR COMPUTER! HEEEELLP!!

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  • bplowe Feb 04, 2009

    My camera goes on and lets me select PC but after that it just sits there and says "one moment" on the screen. Don't have a clue as to what the problem is or what to do. Haven't had a problem in the past.

  • patrickr83 Mar 05, 2009

    I cant get the camera to be recognized with the cable either. I tried a exact same cable on 2 other computers, but same deal.

  • comedian Mar 24, 2009

    Just got an Olympus FE-340. When I attach the USB cable to camera and computer and click on "PC" on the LCD Screen, the LCD Screen says "ONE MOMENT" and stays that way. Also, my computer tells me "One of the USB devices attached to this computer has malfunctioned and Windows does not recognize it." (Please note that my USB Ports work fine with other devices.) Does anybody have any insight into this problem? Thank you. -- Jack

  • itsme333 Apr 11, 2009

    i have two digital cameras and they both do the same thing. When i plug it in it says to wait a moment after pushing pc then it flashes the light for a moment then nothing .And its not the usb port because everthing eles works .So does any one know why i cant down load my pitcures

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Some comp seem to have problems reading from the olympus cameras. if you have a card reader take the card out and put into that. if not you can get one cheap and they simple to use

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