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Win I drown load my pictures on my pc ,I get two pictures of the same photo

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  • chuckcubba Mar 09, 2008

    Hi win my olympus e-1 camera to my pc or my son pc I get two pictures of the same image.all the time

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When you say download do you mean as download from the internet or you just copy and paste. I need to know more Information about for problem. Please give me your problem in details.

Are you using a software wich downlods pictures to your computer or you just use the utillity which windows xp provide?

If you are using a software, then your software may have a feature to make copies.

This is all I can say to you for now,

Since I need to know more whats really going on with your camera and your computer.

Plase send me back in full details of your problem. Then I can help you by the best.

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