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Problem Uploading Pics through USB Port

Boo... I can't put pictures from my camera onto my computer using the USB port. My computer recognizes that the camera is there, but when I try to get the pictures onto the ocmputer, it tells me that the camera/scanner is in use. I've turned off the scanner.... which is a scanner/printer/faxer/copier all in one. (If that makes a difference.) I dont know what to do. I hope this isn't a horribly stupid problem. Help me please! Thanks

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Are you using the Kodak software?

Try uninstalling and re-installing it, remembering to re-boot the computer after uninstalling, before re-installing.

A MUCH faster way of transferring pics, is to use a USB card reader. Take the memory card from the camera and place it in the card reader.

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4. make sure you're using the proper USB cable, the cable that comes with the camera. for your S630, it is USB cable type 2.

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