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Picture error I keep getting picture error appearing when I try to review taken photos and when thay ve been down loaded onto computer I cant delete all photos in one go and have had to delete one by one . Even when this has been done picture error is still appearing on screen.Any suggestions?

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Format the card within the camera.. this will clear the card of all pictures and any corrupt files

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I would recheck all of my settings on the camera. Go to the menu and check everything one by one. Your card may be damaged also. Do you have another card to try? Do you have your manual? If not you can to to www.olympus.com to download a new manual specifically for your camera and it may address this issue. Good luck.

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