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For some reason the runtime has caused me to not be able to get on. It happened months ago and I ignored it unril now when I want to put some pics on. I have changed servers...does this effect my Olympus?

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Are you getting a runtime error is that what you mean?

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Remove battery

Posted on Aug 12, 2008

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    Ginko Aug 12, 2008

    Any change in server won't affect the camera directly, explain problem in more detail to get more help.
    Thanks.


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