May I suggest Picasa - easy, autimated, photo management, some basic fixes. Howeer, you should know that that camer does not take the best photos in the world when there is not a lot of light or you are using flash.
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The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use iPhoto or any other photo cataloging program.
Ignore Easyshare software. Download Picasa and Import, sort, email, upload to an online web page etc. your photos using this excellent program. Another way is to simply click Start/My Computer and your camera card should appear there as D: or E: click that and other folders within, until you see your photos. Copy the enclosing folder and paste it where you wish. Try to upgrade to XP it is one of the best.
I had part of this problem. Click on the "add pictures" button, and find your camera on the screen in the upper left hand part. THen choose the photos you want to download. That is how I do mine. If that doesn't work, just keep trying. I had to try for a LONGGGG time to get mine to load. I used to have to pay to get my photos on a disc..
The answer depends partly on your operating system, and how you want to store the picture(s).
If you're using Win XP, for example, you need a CD Burning program such as Nero or Roxio. Windows' packaged burner doesn't easily allow you to add more pictures later.
With your camera attahced to the computer via the USB cable, turn the camera on, then start your CD burning program. Search until you find the "removable drive" named "Kodak EasyShare", then click on the top folders in each folder list until you get to where your pictures are.
i'm not sure how to change the default picture program... but i can tell you that you won't lose pictures if the easyshare program is deleted. it's just an extra program to view/edit pics.... the actual pics are located in a generic folder somewhere on your computer. click properties on one of the pics in easyshare, and see where it's located. then just go to that folder through windows....
hope i helped a little, sorry i don't have the solution for the other part
You must ask Kodak Tech support about patches for software or firmware.
It is my personal opinion that the CD that comes with digital cameras-any digital camera- is best left in the box, and allow Windows do the work.
Kodak has been making a lot of changes to that program, due to problems.
If you loaded the software that came with the camera, it is very likely out of date.
You need to visit the Kodak website and download the latest version of the software.