If you have your software in hand, you can delete the software on your computer and then restart your computer. After you have done this you can reload your software and it should work perfectly. If you are still having problems with it, I am sure you are aware that you can use other types of software to process your photos, for me I use 3 different cameras so I use Adobe PhotoShop and I love it, I can do anything with it. Tryit.
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Download any pictures to your computer using a card reader if necessary. With no card in the camera, go into the menu and find "reset"...follow the on-screen instructions. Then, making sure the slide switch on the side of the card is in the unlocked position, insert the card and this time, find "format" in the menu and follow the on-screen instructions.
check your computer specification.. check if your computer meets the requirement for new easyshare updates or easyshare versions.. you can check the required computer specification on the download page of the easyshare.. i have easyshare at home and i check the requirements for the software, no problem with the upgrade.. check also your security settings, sometimes the security on the computer does not allow you to do the update..
From your computer "to" the camera? This seems backwards but you would pop the SD card out and put it in a card reader (your USB cable might work too) and copy the files using My Computer. the camera will appear in My Comuter as a drive letter.
You are supposed to plug the USB in FIRST then turn on the camera, the lens IS NOT supposed to pop out while hooked up this way. Then you need to open the Kodak software. Kinda sucks and a PITA to use. My older Kodak (about 4 years) when plugged to the cable would be recognized as a removable hard drive just as a flash drive and it was obviously super simple to move the pictures to folders in your computer. Now so easy with this new camera, you have to open the Easy Share software, then it transfers them into a folder it makes up labels with the current date, within a folder on your hard drive. then you can move them in the main folder you wanted them in, then delete the one it made up. It won't, (or I haven't found how) transfer pics straight to an existing folder.
Screw that, my printer has multi-media card slots, I just pop the SD card from the printer and pop it in the media slot just like a flash drive.
I deleted all Kodak software from my computer, waste of time.
well just connect the cable given to you with your digital camera to your pc see which side type cable is suited to your camera and pc then ,first just insert your installation cd in the cd rom and install driver on to your computer then do the above process you will see your digital camera in my computer and you can download photos from there