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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The C3000(which I have) and C3030 are not directly supported by any version of Windows. You must either use the Camedia software to access the camera(via USB connection) or use an external Smartmedia card reader like a ZIO(I have one, it works great). Camedia 2.0 will work(with XP) but it will not allow you to select more than one picture at a time to download from the camera. I have heard that Camedia 2.5 fixes this problem with XP and it is available for purchase from the Olympus website. I decided to get the card reader instead of the new version of Camedia because I use Photoshop to do my editing. I believe only the latest Oly cameras(like the 3020) have direct support under XP. By this I mean when you connect the camera to the PC it shows up as a new drive letter. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2005
SOURCE: FE-280 Olympus
u did see this after pic below, and you have tried deleted usb controllers in device manager then reboot
can u tell me if, cam lights up/does windows make a connection sound, when usb from cam is connected?
posted by Jordiane on Nov 18, 2007
It says it is unable to find a camera connected to the USB ports. Any idea where I could find a driver to help this or is it another problem?
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6 Other Users Have The Same Problem Comment by Emilie, posted on Nov 21, 2007 The display doesn't turn on when the camera is turned on unless I switch the mode on the dial. The camera turns off when I toggle the zoom.
Comment by Guest, posted on Nov 29, 2007 Zoom does not work
Comment by Guest, posted on Dec 27, 2007 I receive the message the software was unable to find an Olympus digital camera conected to a USB port on your computer.
Comment by petedrum, posted on Dec 23, 2007 Same Problem. Tried it on two XP computers, can't find camera on either. Camera lights up when plugged in.
Comment by Kellib, posted on Jan 01, 2008 I'm having the exact same problem with my camera. i can't figure anything out with it and if i plug the usb into the computer, i hit ok for PC and then my computer freezes. someone please please help me figure this out
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I had this same problem, I'm using Vista on my HP laptop and I managed to correct it. Apparently HP like to customize Vista and when connecting some USB device's they don't recognise them as what they should. A USB mass storage device. You will need to connect the camera to the computer, the camera will come on then click the ok button so it selects PC. Wait until it finishes its search click cancel and open device manager, scroll down and below Network Adaptors you should see an expandable tree with an yellow exclamation mark named Portable Device's --> FE-280/X820/C520 you will need to right click on the FE-280/X820/C520 icon and select "Update driver software". Then select "Browse my computer for driver software" then select "Let me pick from a list of device driver's on my computer" Scroll down till you see "Universal serial bus controllers" then select "USB Mass storage device" in the next window. It should all work fine now! If it still doesn't work try selecting "Portable devices" then select "WPD File system device" --> "Microsoft WPD filesystem Volume Driver".
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Posted on Jan 04, 2008
I have got an OLYMPUS FE-100 camera, I downloaded the photos in to the computer thereafter the camera has been displaying the “WRITE PROTECTED”message on screen, not allowing me to take new photos and edit the existing ones. It does not have any memory card. I haven’t inserted any memory card yet, it has only internal memory of camera. Could you suggest me the solution
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
Currently, you can't.
Olympus have not yet released a Windows 7 driver and given that it is an ultra low cost model I doubt that they'll be in any rush to do so.
All you can do is to try and find a Windows 7 compatible xD card reader, but given that xD is now an obsolete format that might also prove to be difficult.
The only remaining option will be to install your current driver onto Win7 and try to run it in compatibility mode.
Sorry there's no straightforward/guaranteed fix here, but these issues always arise with an upgrade to a brand new O.S. version and it often takes up to a year to find out which products will be supported on the new O.S. and which ones will be consigned to obselescence.
Posted on Mar 02, 2010
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