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My computer doesn't recognize my olympus stylus 8010. Will a card reader alone solve this problem, or do I also need a memory card for the camera? Can I change the setup on the camera so the computer views it as a hard drive/memory stick? Thanks...

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In order to use a card reader, you must have a card to insert into it. If you've been using the camera without a card, you've been saving the pictures to the camera's internal memory. In order to get at those, you need to copy them to a memory card first. Your owner's manual will explain the procedure. My computer doesn't recognize my olympus stylus - typrice_168.jpg

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