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Open windows explorer
Open Program files

Look for Kodak Easy Share

open the Kordak Easy Share Folder

find KodakEasyShare.exe , or EasyShare.exe or something simular to that.

and drag it to your desktop and select ( create short cut )


That will restore your shortcut ..


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Posted on Sep 18, 2008

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