Re: Kodak EasyShare C613 Digital Camera - computer...
Easy fix. Uninstall the existing Kodak Easyshare software. Reboot your computer and reinstall it again. This should reboot your computers memory of the camera and take it as a 'new' external device.
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Hello. I have the same problem with my Kodak EasyShare C653 on my 40GB PS3. I am sorry to announce it is not compatible with the PS3.
If you have a different version of the PS3 (unlike my 40GB), you may be able to use your SD card on your PS3.
If this doesn't work, download the pictures onto a computer. Transfer the pictures or video to a flash drive (USB key), and upload to your PS3.
1st, try using another USB port. Some ports are only able to recognize something like a mouse, or speakers. 2nd, make sure that when you connect your camera to the USB cord, that your camera is off. Then, once connected, turn the camera on to 'AUTO'. This will force your computer to find a way to review the media on the device. It will do one of three things. It will open your Kodak Easyshare program, ask you what you would like to use to open the media (choose either your existing software or open with your computer's media software) or it will open a new page and show two or three folders with your photos inside.
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It is normal behavior for the Kodak C613's screen to go off when connected to usb. With Kodak's usb driver installed, you should see two disk drives Appear in Windows Explorer. If not, please advise. The Easyshare software should recognize the camera as well.
camera should have had a usb cable in package-simply plug cable into camera and usb port and computer should recognize and offer to start transfer-if not use a memory card reader to download pics also works great and doesn't waste batterys on camera while you download
I have Kodak EasyShare C613 camera. I have some nice pictures on the memory card. My WinXP recognizes the camera, but won't find any drivers for it. So camera is detected, software running, but i'm not able to transfer the pictures, because I can't connect to camera. Any ideas to solve this?