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Press the Playback button (right-pointing triangle). Press the MENU button. Use the multiselector to select "Copy". Select the first option to copy from internal memory to memory card. Full details are in the "Copy" subsection of the "Playback Options" section (pages 119 and 115 in my copy). If you need a manual, you can download one here.
Olympus cameras have an "all reset" function that can be toggled on or off in the menu. If "on", all settings are restored to default on boot up, if "off" then the last setting are kept on boot up. If the settings are supposed to be kept be design,but are not, then the capacitor or small battery on the main board needs to be replaced. Not user replaceable, usually soldered on or socketed but no simple access.