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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.
From the menu bar, select Help > About Kodak EasyShare software.
Note the software version. If you have Version 8.0 or later installed on your computer, review the help information for Transfer Pictures.
From the menu bar, select Help > Kodak EasyShare Help.When the Welcome to EasyShare Software window appears, select Transfer pictures, then read the help information.
If you do not have Version 8.0 or later installed on your computer, go to EASYSHARE Software Downloads, then follow the instructions to download the latest version of software. Approximate download time is 5 minutes for Cable/DSL, or 2 hours for a dial-up connection.
If that doesn't solve your problem you can manually add your pictures/videos to easyshare software.
In easyshare Software, select My Collection, then select Add Pictures. The Add Pictures screen appears.Look at the Select a location field. If the My Files folder is collapsed, click the + to open the folder.In the Select a location field, select your camera folder, for example: M381 Digital Camera. Thumbnails of the pictures/videos on your camera internal memory, and on a memory card if one is in your camera, appear.
Select the pictures/videos to add to EASY SHARE Software, then click Add Pictures. To add all the pictures/videos in the folder, click Add Entire Folder.Click Done.
go to the menu and push (format memory card) then a a warning will come up that says (Warning Formating card will erase all that is on the care) push OK and it should format in might take some time !!Good Luck!!:)
With the cam connected , open the easyshare software ,bypass the transfer window then click on the ADD PICTURES icon on the top left,under SELECT A LOCATION click on the model no. of the cam. Tag all the pictures you would like to add, then click on ADD PICTURES. Click on DONE once finished.
The problem that you describe indicates that your Kodak EasyShare software has somehow become corrupted. Uninstall the software (use the uninstall feature, not just delete) then download and install the current software from the kodak.com web site (this is a no-cost download). That should cure the problem, but if it doesn't I suggest that you contact Kodak customer service via their web site.
The Kodak Easyshare software just index the pictures they do not store them at all you can locate the pictures on the computer by
Click start then look for search type in in the search box *jpg And it will display all the pictures that you have on your computer
To fix the problem regarding the easyshare software try uninstall it from your computer Then download the clear utility www.kodak.com/go/clear then download the latest version of the easyshare software www.kodak.com/go/easysharesw
I have upgraded my Easy share software to version 7.1 ever since I cannot open the program. It comes up with The message of "One or more system DLL's could not be loaded :ES App.dll " then appears the message of "Easyshare unable to run. Please run Setup and choose repair to fix the application.[0,5006,0] " . When I run the repair program, it blocks part way through and the error message of 1334x97x3839719742x appears. Short of getting rid of Kodak off my computer which I dont want to do as I have important pics in the album, and I have a Kodak digital camera. What can I do to fix.
Remove any Kodak Software.
Reboot the computer
Plug in the camera.
This should now be listed as an extra drive in 'My Computer' and/or The scanner/Camera Wizard Window will come up asking what action to take.