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No pictures found in camera

I get an error message saying no images found in camera when i try to transfer but i know the pictures are there i can see them when i take the cable off it happens with my bosses camera that is also an olympus we use camedia master version 4.3 i also tried to do it from the camera wizard in xp and same thing happens

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The computer recognizes the camera as removable drive. Check "My Computer" for a drive that you haven't seen before. this will be your camera, and the files should be accessable. Failing that, your computer may not recognize the camera at all. The problem then, is in the computer's software.

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