Question about Kodak EasyShare One Digital Camera
We have an old computer that we want to junk, one problem though, there are 240 pictures on it that I want off first. Is there a way to get them off? This computer has no CD burning drive and no internet connection to update the USB device dtive, so the USB stick has been a no go. Please tell me there is a way to do this. We have a Nikon camera.
I plugged my camera into the USB port in the CPU and reinstalled my Picture Project, into which the 240 pictures automatically imported from My Pictures. Then I turned my camera on and clicked Export JPEG and voila... they started exporting. I didn't know for sure if it had worked, since I could not actually view the pictures on my camera after that, but when I put the SD card in my other computer, they were on the card and I loaded them into My Pictures with no problem at all!!!
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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