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Re: OLYMPUS CAMEDIA C-820L CONNECTION
You need a compatible USB cable and the software that came with it should be installed. Here is the link to the software and drivers. http://www.olympus.co.jp/en/support/imsg/digicamera/download/software/index.cfm
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It's not clear what exactly you mean. Generally, you don't connect two computers together using a USB cord. You can use a "cross-over ethernet cable" to connect the network jack of one computer to another computer. This allows transferring files and/or sharing an internet connection. If you have a wireless router you can enable Windows "File and Printer Sharing" on each computer and transfer files that way. Please provide more details of what you're trying to accomplish by connecting the computers together with a USB cable, and we may be able to give you a more specific answer.
On the back side of the monitor, next to the power connector, you'll find a USB "B" connector (the boxy, square one) You need a USB A-to-B cable to connect your PC to the monitor, not a male-to-male (A-to-A) cable.
Hook that up, and you should get the boo-deep sound from your PC as it adds the new USB hub that's inside the monitor.
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If you are using Nokia PC Suite on your PC then just connect the phone through the USB cable to the PC. It will be detected immediately and then you can do whatever you want. Run PC Suite and connect to the net if you have GPRS activated on your mobile number. For this contact the helpline of your service provider who will activate the GPRS and send you the settings for it as the settings are service provider specific. Only they can give to you. With the GPRS activated and settings saved, you would be able to connect your phone browser to the internet and also connect your PC to the internet through the phone via PC Suite.
print driver is possibly looking for a specific printer port like lpt 1 or two with the specific address and interrupt. or you have to find a setting to change to or from ecp, epp, bidirectional or standard printer port,
Check if your USB cable is connected properly. Check if you need to on the camera after plugging in USB in the computer Check if you need any software before connecting the USB or your USB needs specific software provided by your Camera Manufacturer.
If it does not help, please let me know then I will let you know some alternates to resolve this issue.
You need a driver of your phone in order for your pc to recog. it....as for the software you are after, it can be purchased at Mot site....I'm sure if you yahoo/google, you can find similar prog for free. Either way, you need a device driver for comm. between your phone and pc....download it here: