Question about Olympus FE-230 Digital Camera
First thing I would try to do is to ensure that the card and camera contacts are clean (use a qtip and 90% iso alcohol). Next, inspect the wire contact legs inside the camera, and make sure none are bent or out of alignment. The camera itself has no OS, but is recognized as another drive. Have you gone into Computer and been able to open up the DCIM folder, or is the computer detecting it? Maybe that's where the FOUND.000 file is, not sure, just checking.
The card could be corrupt, I suppose, but I don't see how, if the camera is reading it. There are 3rd party software card "fixers" on the net if you google them, but not sure if they would help you, but they might.
Try another card to try to ensure that the problem isn't the camera or cord.
That's all I can think of, and hope it helps.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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