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Download device When recorder is connected to PC for download, a folder named "Removable Disk/E" opens instead of the icon "Download Device". I have to close the removable disk folder and then open Olympus to tell it to download all. I have the settings selected that the PC should detect recorder and auto download. What settings do I need to adjust so "removable disk folder" does not open.

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The easiest way to correct that is to uninstall and reinstall the DSS player software. Before you go so far though, open DSS Player and go to Tools then Options and make sure the Auto download option is checked. If the option is checked but not working just uninstall and reinstall to reset the drive associations.

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