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Downloading to computer

Usb plugged into camera & computer, how do I start the download process?

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  • amahon Dec 26, 2008

    My xp pc will not read the camera USB, nor will the USB connection on the TV and by putting the 8gb card into card reader on PC will not detect it either. The card was formatted in hte camera prior to use.

    When I hook the USB to the pc, the camera screen goes blank, but no drive shows up on the pc. I have no such problem with my other cameras.

  • leo8888 Feb 24, 2009

    Spent an hour with a kodak support tech just trying to get the connection software to install without an error. Used the "cleanup tool" from kodak that is supposed to remove all traces of old kodak software. I finally had to manually remove all traces of kodak software from the registry and scan the C: drive for kodak files and folders to delete and was then able to install the connection software without errors. my winxp pc now detects the camera and installed the drivers but it still will not transfer pictures. It shows up in device manager as a USB Hub instead of an Imaging Device like it should. Kodak support emailed me with more things to try like connecting to a different computer or trying a different cable, neither of which helps resolve the actual issue.

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If the operating system is Windows XP or Vista, it should automatically detect the USB device and open the drive for you. Else you will have to install the software that came in the CD along with the camera..which is used to manage files or sync files between your camera and PC..

Hope this helps..do feel free to ask any questions. :)

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