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Pictures won't transfer from the camera to computer using usb

The pictures did transfer with the usb but won't. I don't know if its the camera or thw usb cord. I can still take pictures with the camera and they show up on the camera when I review them.

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  • mjm929 Dec 07, 2008

    The suggested solution doesn't seem to be right because there is no tab, to lock or unlock, next to the memory card on this camera Kodak easy share v1003.

  • mjm929 Dec 07, 2008

    The pictures still won't transfer and I haven't purchased another cord.

  • mjm929 Dec 15, 2008

    We purchased another USB and have tried it on 3 different computers. There is a message that says "USB not recognized". This is different because with the old USB nothing happened but we still can't transfer photos.

  • mjm929 Dec 15, 2008

    There was no other solution suggested since DEcember 7th.Since then, I did get another USB cord and plugged the camera into 3 different computers. The same message came up on each computer:"USB not recognized".

  • mjm929 Dec 15, 2008

    I DID purchase a new cord. Please, read my comments!!!!!!!

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Make sure camera is turned on before you plug in the usb!

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There is a setting in the camera that must be set to USB option to download via the USB.

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Dont replace the USB wire.just interchange the usb port there r mostly two usb sockets in the back of the cpu just try to insert it in another socket and check out it should detect.or otherwise it could be the fault in your camera usb socket that has to be checked to make it proper. thanks.

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Try changering the usb cable with a new one

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Hello,

What is your exact problem?
Cant you open the window of your camera once connected to the computer?
Can't you dragg them (or copy paste)?
Do you get any specific error message?

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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    Santiago Vallejo Dec 16, 2008

    Hello,

    Before trying anythign else make sure your camara software is instaled properly.

    If your not sure, you can uninstall and reinsatll the software.
    If you dont have the Installation CD; you can download the driver from here:
    http://www.kodak.com/global/mul/service/...

    Good luck

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This can be a problem woth the USB cable that you're using better if you try a different USB cable, or if you like just use a card reader so you can transfer all the data from the memory card of your camera to yoru computer.....

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Hello, I have a similar problem with my HP camera, it turns out it was a bad USB cable, in most cases the USB cable will go bad before the camera goes, the best thing to do is test it out with another cable it should work.

Hope this helps.

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It can be usb Cord, usb port of camera or corrupted usb diver in your PC.
Try to connect some thing else like MP3 player with same usb cord and test the cord and usb ports in PC.

test your camera in another PC to make sure that camera usb port is working.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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    Shahid Electronics Dec 15, 2008

    Camera USB port got bad.
    Its not worth to repair because complete main board will be replaced and cost would around new camera price.



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I understand that the camera does not transfer pictures with the USB anylonger. I would suggest you try to plug the camera in the back of the computer if its a desktop. then turn off and on the camera and restart your computer. After doing that and it still does not work please try to plug the camera in another computer and see if it is detected. if that still does not work id suggest you try to use a different cable.

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Clean the contact port on of the cable and the camera with isoprolyle alcohol then tell me the status

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

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    Maanita Chadha Dec 07, 2008

    you might need to replace the cord as it seems to be having the problem,

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Unplug the usb cord and plug it again. If does't work reboot your computer. If still doesn't work replace the cable

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CHECK THAT THE SMALL TAB ASIDE THE MEMORY CARD IS NOT ON LOCK STATE, IN THAT CASE MOVE THE MEMORY CARD LOCK SWITCH TO UNLOCKED.

Posted on Dec 07, 2008

  • Ginko
    Ginko Dec 07, 2008

    Do the following



    1. The memory card has a small tab on a side, that can lock or unlock the memory card, check that teh switch is not on lock position.

    2. Test a different USB cable.

    3. Unplug computer power cable for ten minutes, if this is a laptop, also remove the battery at the same time.

    4. Test camera on a different computer.

    5. Reinstall camera software.




  • Ginko
    Ginko Dec 15, 2008

    Get this USB card reader and use it to transfer the fotos: Kingston FCR-HS219/1 19-in-1 USB Media Reader


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