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Re: camera not loading to computer, but did before
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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After I registered my Kodak EasyShare camera, I could download updates for the Picture easy software for free with Kodak.
My guess is they still have the newest software for all users. (I'm now using Nikon, so I did not update from Kodak for a long time)
Please go to a electronics store and buy a USB card reader. I bought one last week and it cost $0.5 so its cheap as dirt. Then simply remove the card from your camera , pop it into the reader and the pictures will appear on a drive like a flashdrive in your my computer folder.
This is a much better option than using the camera's cable as it is faster , safer , saves on your camera battery and you don't need to install any software or drivers.
The card reader will most likely also still be compatible with any new camera you buy in future.
The answer depends partly on your operating system, and how you want to store the picture(s).
If you're using Win XP, for example, you need a CD Burning program such as Nero or Roxio. Windows' packaged burner doesn't easily allow you to add more pictures later.
With your camera attahced to the computer via the USB cable, turn the camera on, then start your CD burning program. Search until you find the "removable drive" named "Kodak EasyShare", then click on the top folders in each folder list until you get to where your pictures are.
This worked for my Kodak C913...from Kodak Support.
To switch between the Microsoft WIA drivers and the Kodak camera driver: 1. Connect your camera to your computer.
2. Turn on your camera. NOTE: If the WIA drivers automatically detect your camera and display a window for transferring images. Click Cancel to close this window. 3. Open the Device Manager. a. Right-click My Computer and select Properties. b. In the System Properties window, select the Hardware tab. c. Click Device Manager. 4. Click the plus (+) sign to the left of Imaging Devices or Universal Serial Bus Controller, depending on the version of Kodak software installed on the computer. Your Kodak camera should be listed.
5. Double-click on your camera model name.
6. Select the Driver tab.
7. Click Update Driver.
8. If you have installed Windows XP Service Pack 2 or above, your system displays the Hardware Update Wizard. Select No, not this time and click Next.
9. Select Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) and click Next.
10. Click Don't search. I will choose the driver to install and click Next.
11. Select the Digital Still Camera for WIA drivers if you having trouble using the Kodak drivers, or select the Kodak camera if switching from WIA to Kodak and click Next.
12. Click Finish to complete the driver update.
13. If the program selection window appears, select Windows scanner and camera wizard 14. Select Always use this program for this action and click OK to transfer your pictures.
It sounds like the software didn't install properly, uninstall the easyshare software and reinstall it. If it still doesn't load properly, then it could be a corrupt disc. Go to Kodak's support site and download the software there. I have a Kodak and I know that once you register the camera with Kodak at their site you are eligible for their software, software updates, and support. The last time I had to replace my hard drive, I had to go to Kodak and download the easyshare software and updates.
My kodak easyshare camera will not transfer my photos to the computer.
Everything is plugged in and the camera is blinking but nothing is
happening. Please help. I checked the connections, they are fine.