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I cannot download picasa 3. I have picasa 2 within my system, Windows with Xp. Picasa 3 was up-graded some months ago but in an effort to reduce overall files, I may have taken out a valuable controlling file. Picasa 2 is still working but whatever has entered my system - now prevents me from re-downloading picasa 3. Can you help me please. Dan.

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These picasa 3.6 you can download here ,mybe you can install in your computer after your download and your picasa can update only.good luck

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Which operating system ????....

Windows XP

  1. Exit Picasa.
  2. Confirm that you can view hidden files and folders .
  3. Open the folder C:\Documents and Settings\[USER]\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Picasa2\db3 (where [USER] is your username).
  4. Delete the catdata_info.pmp file.
  5. Restart Picasa.
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Windows Vista

  1. Exit Picasa.
  2. Confirm that you can view hidden files and folders .
  3. Open the folder C:\Users\[USER]\AppData\Local\Google\Picasa2\db3 (where [USER] is your username).
  4. Delete the catdata_info.pmp file.
  5. Restart Picasa.
Note: Although you may be running a newer version of Picasa, rest assured the correct folder name is indeed Picasa2.

Windows 7

  1. Exit Picasa.
  2. Confirm that you can view hidden files and folders .
  3. Open the folder C:\Users\[USER]\AppData\Local\Google\Picasa2\db3 (where [USER] is your username).
  4. Delete the catdata_info.pmp file.
  5. Restart Picasa.
Note: Although you may be running a newer version of Picasa, rest assured the correct folder name is indeed Picasa2.

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  1. Exit Picasa.
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  3. Under your username, open Library > Application Support > Google.
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Here is the problem and the (weak) solution:

You install picasa 3 and run it. It works.
Than you close it and start again (or restart computer) and you receive the error:
R6002 floting point support not loaded
I've uninstalled picasa 3, cleaned my registry with CCleaner, downloaded the picasa 2 and it worked.
Maybe it will work without cleaning the registry.


I use windows XP SP2. To fix the problem I've also tried upgrading to SP3, but it didn't work.
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To find out if this is the case, you should try using Picasa to download the pictures off of your camera.

Picasa is a free download from Google and has many cutting-edge features for picture management. I think that you'll like it.

  • Download Picasa from their web site (click here) to your Desktop
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  • Once you have Picasa installed, connect your Olympus camera. Picasa will recognize that you have connected the camera and ask you how you want to proceed.
  • Have Picasa copy the images from your camera
  • You can then use Picasa to handle the photos from your camera.


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According to the user manual, there were only drivers to support Windows 2000 and Windows XP any way, so no great loss.

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To find out if this is the case, you should try using Picasa to download the pictures off of your camera.

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Let me know if you have any questions.
Thanks for using FixYa and Happy New Year!

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Picasa is a free download from Google and has many cutting-edge features for picture management. I think that you'll like it.
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  • Once the Picasa file has completed downloading, Open the file and follow the directions displayed.
  • Once you have Picasa installed, connect your Olympus camera. Picasa will recognize that you have connected the camera and ask you how you want to proceed.
  • Have Picasa copy the images from your camera
  • You can then use Picasa to handle the photos from your camera.

Let me know if you have any questions.
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Let me know if you have any questions.
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many of the features available using XP is not there in 7
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