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CAMERA WILL NOT CONNECT TO COMPUTER

I TOOK MY CAMERA TO WALLMART TO GET PICTURES TAKEN OFF IT, I TRIED CONNECTING WITH THE USB TO LEARN THAT WAS THE INCORRECT WAY TO DO IT, AFTER TAKING THE PICTURES OFF THE CAR IT WILL NO LONGER CONNECT TO THE COMPUTER. I GET THE ONE MOMENT MESSAGE AND IT NEVER GOES AWAY. I TRIED REPLACING THE BATTERIES TAKING OUT THE CARD NOTHING HELPS. ANY SUGGESTIONS? IS THERE A WAY I CAN REINSTALL THE SOFTWARE ON THE CAMERA?

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Hello when you connected the camera with pc have you checked out the polarity ? if usb connector pluged in revarse polarity, it is harmful to camera.It is also possible that the spike of floating voltage went inside the camera. it is dangerous. So check the usb port, also cord, if it have problem you have to replace it. If so, i recommend olympus shop. ok ? bye....

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