I have a Kodak easyshare camera Z612, and always download on my camera dock. Recently my hard drive indicated it was full so I deleted some pix. I also upgraded to another version of easyshare software online. Since upgrading, when I go to my collection and click I get a box that says to send an error report to microsoft, and when I respond to that (either choice) send or not send, it immediately takes me out of the entire page, and off the easyshare options. I cannot even email a picture now. What is the problem? I can look at all the pix in any collection, but as soon as I click to work with a picture I get this error message, and eventually lose the page.
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Go to Kodak.com and download the latest Easyshare software and install it on your computer. After, that, install drivers for the camera, and you should be able to share the pictures between the camera and computer.
Press the SAVE button, find a place on your hard drive and save the file. Double click the install_easyshare.exe file and it will install the file. Follow the instructions below.
The file is good for KODAK EASYSHARE Software - WINDOWS Operating Systems Installation Instructions
Verify that your computer meets the system requirements.
NOTE: APPLE QUICKTIME Player is required for some software features. Visit APPLE to download the latest version of the QUICKTIME Player.
Disconnect all accessory devices from your computer (digital camera, camera dock, printer dock, photo printer, card reader, etc.).
Verify that you logged on to the computer using the administrator account.
Close all programs.
Download the software, then follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
To launch the software select Start > Programs > Kodak > Kodak EasyShare > Kodak Easyshare software.
IMPORTANT: If you have a large picture collection, allow a few minutes after your computer restarts before starting EASYSHARE Software. EASYSHARE Software windows appear after your previous picture catalog has been updated
After the installation are completed, reboot if not asked to do so. You can copy the install_easyshare.exe file to a CD for later installation if needed.
Good luck and post back to let me know how it went.
What batteries can I use in my digital camera, and how long do they last?
Battery life depends on how you use your camera, the type of batteries you select, and how you handle the batteries.
Your camera is compatible with: KODAK Li-Ion Rechargeable Battery KLIC-8000 and KODAK CRV3 Lithium Batteries: A non-rechargeable battery. (so your battery might be in need of a change)
Using Your Camera
Some features, such as reviewing pictures and using the flash, require more power than others. Follow these guidelines to get the best use of your batteries:
Limit the time your camera is in Review mode.
Limit your use of the flash.
Use the LCD Dimmer or Auto Power Off features, if available on your camera.
Transfer your pictures to your computer using a compatible power adapter, camera dock, printer dock, or memory card reader.
The Kodak camera dock provides automatic battery charging and automatic connection to your computer when the camera is "docked." There is also a version of the dock that includes a printer, but I have found the printer to be poor quality and very unreliable. The dock must be connected to the computer via USB, and the Kodak EasyShare software must still be installed. The dock is a very handy accessory, but it will not solve your problem. What might help though is a visit to Kodak.com where you can get a free download of the latest EasyShare software that is correct for your operating system.
remove all straps and battery. remove the 6.1 side plate there are 2 screws under plate 3 on bottom 1 in usb 1 above lcd . remove usb housing . gently pull up on bottom by dock adapter to clear plug then cover should pull off . then remove lcd gently remove clasp that hold lcd ribon . under lcd there is three screws pop flash up slide housing off . battery door must be open to remove rear housing.
This problem is frequently due to corroded battery terminals inside the
camera. Remove the batteries and wipe the terminals with a soft cloth
(heavy corrosion may require a fine wire brush, steel wool, or
sandpaper). Remove any residue left in the camera by the cleaning.
Clean the terminals on the batteries in the same manner, and then
replace them in the camera. This cures most problems, but if it
doesn't work for you, check the Kodak troubleshooting guide at: