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Kodak easyshare 5300 not showing ALL pictures on my memory card

Even after I delete most the pictures to make sure there is enough space, it will not show the pictures that are on my memory card. It will only show 5 pictures or so, and I have 11 pics on my memory card... Even after I delete some, it still only shows like 4... What is wrong with my printer? Or card? When I put the card directly into a computer they all show up, but when I put my card directly into the kodak easyshare, it shows hardly anything? HELP ME!!!

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  • rmetrock Feb 23, 2009

    uninstall on the kodak easyshare? I am talking about not even having it connected to the computer, memory card straight into the kodak slot... All the pics are the same quality and sizes because I took them at the same time? PLZ help me I am going crazy... I took A LOT of pictures and suddenly nothing is working

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Maybe the resolution of other pictures is more thyan the printer reader supports

check uninstall and install printer and try again

also make sure that the 4 readable photos Format is like the other pics

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a way to do it ,,is to remove the card from it ..and connect it using the driver to the computer and see if the computer see the camera and show it into my computer folder...if does there you will find the pictures..
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