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Old Jul 9, 2002, 12:53 AM   #1
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Default E100RS or 101

Just a odd question for ya,
When I first got my camera in Jan.
i had to send it in to get 2 stuck pix fixed.

After that I recieved an upgrade free, which i sent it in and they did it.

when i first had it and was downloading my pics on my computer it was different,
First I just click on the E: drive and then it showed oly100, which i click on to see the pics .

Since i got it back now when i click on it , it gives me two choices oly100 and now oly101 which is where the pics are now.
hummm whats up with that huh

not complaining at all , its great , just wondering if the upgrade or calibration they did made it like that

anyone know ?

[Edited on 7-9-2002 by wvyankeegurl]
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Old Jul 9, 2002, 10:56 AM   #2
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My guess is that what you are encountering is
installation of two E-100RS cameras. This may be
happening because the firmware was updated & plugging
in the refurbished camera is construed as a second/different
Oly (ie, different firmware registration).
If this annoys you (which it would me),then
uninstall all software from your computer related
to that camera (I'd even get rid of the PIX folders)
& delete any vestiges that will not
uninstall (uninstall the driver & even clear the
registery of the reference to Oly software). Reboot
your machine & reinstall all related software including driver.
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