Camera when placed in HDTV Dock just says initializing,
the system sees the camera but seems it cant find the pictures.
It does find the pictures from the sd card from the side mounted sd card reader, but not the camera when its in the dock?
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if your using a printer dock make sure the ribbon is cleared or not torned., now try to unplug/replug the power cable of the printer dock 2x, then try to print! if its failed download the latest firmware of the printer dock at kodak.com/go/downloads., then you just need to follow the instruction on the website.
If your using a Dock., the dock is not capable of printing! I hope i answered your question Gudluck!
Remove the batteries and clean the battery contacts inside the camera
with a soft cloth (a heavy buildup on the contacts may require cleaning
with a fine wire brush, steel wool, or sandpaper). Remove any residue
that the cleaning leaves in the camera, and then reinstall the
batteries. This clears most power-on problems, but if yours persists,
check the Kodak troubleshooting guide at:
do you have the right dock? did you try using the cable to down load pics from camera. I had a dock always gave nme trouble either the operating system wasn 't compatible with the dock or the easy share program . solution bought a card reader and got rid of the easy share program .
Hi, I think I can answer your question, i just tried something with my camera and camera dock.
My camera came with a Kodak battery pack(pack that looks like 2 batteries connected together). When I place my camera with this battery pack in it on the dock, a green light comes on on the dock and the batteries begin to charge. However, when i place any other rechargeable batteries in the camera on the dock, it has no effect, my theory is that it must be a battery pack, possibly by the same manufacturer so that it will charge correctly
This maybe a solution. I had the same issue just now. Pulled battery, put back in, placed on dock, and still blinking red. So I removed the camera from the dock, pulled battery, put same old battery back in, placed on the dock and turned the mode switch on right away before it started blinkin red. It seems to be charging now with one bar and has not gone blinking red for 15 minutes.
I was outside with the camera in 10 degree weather taking pics of my dogs but had been inside for 20 minutes before placing it on the doc. I think something may have happened with the charging circuit and turning it on right away with it on the doc may have reset the charging. Try it. Hope it works for you.
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!