Question about Kodak EasyShare C713 Digital Camera
Simple. Power on the camera, then plug the USB cable from the camera to your computer.
If you're using Windows XP or higher, a menu box will appear and you'll be prompted to select one of these programs to view the picture content. I elected to close this window and instead, I clicked on the My Computer icon on the desktop. From there, you'll see the Easy Share camera listed. Double click on that (assuming you're using the internal memory of the camera - otherwise, if you're using an SD Card - which I haven't tested as I just got the camera as a 15 year gift from my company and I am now testing it - otherwise using an SD card, the camera/card will appear in Windows Explorer/My Computer, as a removable drive).
Once you click on the camera (or the removable drive if you're using an SD card), select all those picture files and copy. Open another My Computer or Windows Explorer and create a new folder and past the files into the new folder, or just create a new folder on the Desktop, and paste the copied files into there. Simple.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
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