I am a new owner of a digital camera and I don't understand the process transfer to computer, etc. Can someone help?
I have tried to follow online instructions. I have 103 gif images I want to delete. I want to be able to access all the features. I did one time. What did I do?
If its a kodak camera you have to have the kodak program open in the tollbar and then your pictures should transfer as soon as you connect your camera or if you have the docking station the button on the far right is the transfer button.
If u are using windows xp, then it will automatically open a window on the computer as soon as camera is hooked up through the usb port and turned on.Then a list of icons will appear and u need to choose which particular step u should take.
Did u try this ?
it works automatically for all cameras.
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Please give more information so we can help you such as the make/model of the printer and laptop system, and if the printer came with a USB cable and a CD. Also, what you have already tried would be helpful so we don't tell you do redo things that don't work.
Sometimes you have to physically connect the two devices first and install the driver on the laptop before it will communicate wirelessly. And depending on your laptop, operating system, and the make/model of your Kodak printer, the process will be a little different getting into the properties and preferences to do all of this.
My printer worked fine since April but this week, I could not print. Thought my ink had dried up although I only replaced it just before christmas.
Bought new ink, installed it and still nothing. Calibrated, cleaned etc. etc. re-installed the disk to do maintenance and after several frustrating hours trying to fix it, I called my local Staples, the store at which I purchased this printer to ask for help.
First of all he said, what printer is it, black or white. I responded white to which he said okay that identifies the model for me. I am sorry to tell you that Kodak has acknowledged a problem with their print heads and have sent us several to replace the faulty ones. I said lovely, I wished I had known that several frustrating hours ago and he responded that it was his understanding that Kodak was going to announce this to all registered owners via a bulletin. Unfortunately I did not get it so wasted a lot of time. He requested I come in and get the new print head or if need be bring in the printer and they would install it for me. I am pleased with the store's response but not very happy with Kodak's lack of committment to get the word out.
make sure the external card is activated, and make sure the pics reside on your pc, if you are trying to transport directly from an outside web source to the camera you'll just be confusing the computer. It may have worked at one time (luckily I may add) but by now the drivers are so corrupt that the process has fallen null. Otherwise reinstall the dock drivers to transfer the pics from a safe place on your PC to your Camera only. Good Luck!