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I have a Gateway computer with Vista program on it. I have been able to load my pictures from myCX7310 Kodak until now. I don't see a way to do it now. There are no directions as to what happened to adding pictures. Some thing seemed to have disappeared. Is it the Vista program ? How do I load my new pictures? Thanks. Evelyn Connelly

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Try connecting the camera to a diffrent usb port and it should recognise the Camera atthat point of time u can click on start goto computer and in computer u will see a removable disk option u can download the pictures from there if it doesnt show up there just uninstall and reinstall the Kodak Drivers and software if u have installed it....If still it doesnt work may be there is a problem with the usb cable....

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