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Camera not loading to computer, but did before

The last time I used my camera it loaded as it should. Now that I did updates to my kodak program, It shows the window saying no supporting device found

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  • cgmanimator May 11, 2010

    What updates did you do?

    When does the camera display that message? With a memory card or without?

    If with a memory card, try another. If without, then drain the power by removing your batteries and turn on the camera. After that, reinsert the batteries and power off then on and see what it says.



    Is this under warranty?



    cgman



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Depending on your operating system (Mac OS X, XP, Vista) and computer it could be a couple things. Try different ways of connecting the camera such as starting the Kodak Easyshare program first, giving it time to load, before connecting and turning on the camera. Or connect the camera and power it up before starting the program. I have had better luck starting the program first but it doesn't work that way in all situations. In some cases it doesn't matter.

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