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Reading 4Gb Compact Flash

The photos show fine on the Olympus E500 camera review screen. However the computer says that the disc is corupted. Is there any way I can get the photos off as they are of a friends wedding

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  • steve1online Oct 30, 2007

    Gotover the problem. I took another picture using the camera which appears to have reset the card so it is readable via the USB cable.

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Download the pictures from the camera direct using the appopriate USB cable, you should have no problem then..
I had exactly the same issue, with my freinds camera, turned out that my card reader just didn't like the card, I got an external reader and that worked fine.

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