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Olympus Tough TG 310 and Windows XP 64 bit?

Does anyone know for sure if the Olympus Tough TG 310 will work with the Windows XP 64 bit operating system? I really like the camera, seems to fit my needs but can't find anything definite that tells me if they are compatible...even from Olympus!

Thanks for any help!

Cecilia, Savannah GA

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System Requirements

Auto-Connect USB: Windows

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Olympus Tough TG 310 and Windows XP 64 bit?

I'm guessing since I don't see Windows XP 64 bit in the answer above, that means the camera and software WILL NOT work with my system?

Thanks!

Cecila

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Olympus Tough TG 310 and Windows XP 64 bit

Hi Cecilia,

The best answer I can give you is that it works on both Windows XP (x86) and Windows 7 (x64) right out of the box. You can always us a program like VirtualBox and run 32-bit Windows XP if all else fails. I have this camera and it has been fantastic!

Enjoy,

--Josh--

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Olympus Tough TG 310 and Windows XP 64 bit

Thanks Josh, That's the info I needed! I found the camera on EBay for $ 149.00 and the camera kit (EBay also) for $ 157.99...includes case, 4gb sdhc card, USB card reader, memory card wallet, lens cleaning kit and small tripod. Any suggestions as to memory card size I should buy as an extra? Since you have the camera, your opinion is very useful in my pre-purchase info gathering!

Thank you,

Cecilia, Savannah Ga

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Since it can put pictures on a memory card.

Why not use the ubiquitous usb card reader?

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Since it can put pictures on a memory card.

I thought of that, but did not think it would work unless I had one of the operating systems listed in the specifications!

Wow...may have a waterproof camera in time for shrimping season to take on the boat!

Thanks!

Cecilia, Savannah Ga

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