It generaly just lets me download my pics with picture pacage now its not letting me telling me i dont have macromedia flashplayer,it has never done this to me before it generaly just downloads my pics. should i be contacting picture package?
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Sorry, no. The camera will let you read the card to transfer pictures to a computer, but it will not let you write to the card to transfer pictures the other way around.
You can buy a card reader that plugs into the USB slot on your computer. Despite the name, a card reader will also let you write to the card. Once the card is plugged in, it will appear as another hard drive.
The card reader will also be a better way to download pictures from your camera. It's likely to be faster and won't run down your camera's batteries.
You should have let the download complete and then delete the pics from their location on your computer. You can try using a separate card reader to see if your pics show up. You can also take the card to a store like Walmart that has a Kodak picture kiosk machine. Your pics may show up if you insert your card.
You should have a patch wire cord that connects your camera to to a usb port on you PC. plug it in turn on the camera to view your pics and your PC should have a box pop up asking you how you want to deal with this connection, transfer- pics to PC pics or something like download pic to a folder ...best to use is My Pictures folder on your PC. when you get them they will be big so you will have to compress them from Mbs to Kbs. if you want to send them in an E-mail. and conserve space on your hard drive.
It's very hard to troubleshoot software problems online, and it likely is a software issue. But why put up with the headache of these software problems? Please see the following post, as it outlines a much easier, faster, and less error prone alternative way to download your photos: