Question about Olympus FE-280 Digital Camera
It could be that your computer sees your new camera as your old one.
Just double click on the icon and open any folders to see if there's any photo's in there. If so, you're sorted.
If not, look in "My computer" for another hard drive or flash drive named Olympus. If so click on the icon, and open any folders. If there's photo's there, again you're sorted.
Finally, uninstall your old Olympus software (Make sure you have the disk first, just in case) an then install the software you got with the new camera.
To move them to your PC, Edit - select all - copy (From your camera)
Go to your PC folder - Edit - Paste. When you've copied your files successfully. Go back to your Camera folder, select all - delete. (If you want to remove them, make room on your card).
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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