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Re: Lost USB Cable and CD to install
You do not need a Cd for a Windows computer - Windows does it all it self. You can down load basic editing software free - try picasa from Google. The lead you can pick up at any photo/electrical/variety store
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Marie, For every camera that someone wants to connect to a computer, there has to be installed a program on the computer. The program came with the camera on the CD. Perhaps you thought only the manual was on the CD, but no.
If you already dumped the CD, just goto the Kodak website, register your camera and ask for the easy share software. you can download it for free. Because it will only work with a Kodak camera.
Always first install the software, then connect the camera.
Once the software is on the computer, the program is self explaining. It even starts up (should start up) as soon as the camera is connected via the USB cable.
Well it appears that Curtis has discontinued all support for this camera. You might be able to obtain a USB connector that fits the camera online. Most use the standard/micro USB connector. As far as drivers if Curtis does not have it on their site then they might be tough to find. If you are using Vista the it might recoqnize the camera and install drivers automatically. If the camera has removable memory card you could remove the card after taking the pictures and put in the SD port of the computer and transfer the pictures onto it.
The USB cable can be gotten at any camera store. There is nothing on the CDROM that you need to operate your camera. Most software supplied by manufactures are imaging programs you can use to modify your pictures. Better programs like Google Picaso are free to download.
Installing X2350 is really an easy task. You just need to connect the printer to the CPU with a USB cable and then install the software on to the computer. You can use the CD that came with the printer to install the software, If you haven't got the CD or misplaced it. You can download the software from Lexmark website. Please follow the link to download the software from the website. http://downloads.lexmark.com/perl/downloads/downloads.cgi?ccs=229:1:0:0:0:0 please follow the above link and type in X2350 in the "search by model" field. This will take you to the download page where you can download the software. For more details on attaching the printer and installing the software, please click on the following link to download the setup sheets & user guides. http://www.lexmark.com/publications/pdfs/2007/2300/en.html
If you have a Card reader where you can put the memory card of your camera on it that will do the trick in transferring pictures from the camera to the computer and vice versa, but the best way that you can do is to buy a USB cable for your camera there are generic type of USB cable that are use for camera and its pretty cheap and for the software you can download it from Fuji's web site..