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That means you are going through a printer or parrelll port cable.
And you need to turn on bidirectional communication,
In simple words the camera and the computer have to be able to talk back and fourth or in computer terms "shake hands"
TRY TO SEARCH IN THE MENU FOR SETTING THE DATE AND TIME, IF NOT FOUND. SWITCH OFF CAMERA AND PUT THE OUT FOR ATLEAST 10 MINUTES AND AGAIN INSERT IT IF DATE AND TIME IS ASKED AUTOMATICALLY THAN ONLY YOUR CAMERA IS HAVING A FACILITY OF DATE AND TIME AS YOU HAVE TOLD ITS OLDER MODEL.
Ooh, that's a sticky one, and unusual. You're talking about technologies at the opposite ends of the spectrum. Kodak DC120 is a windows 98 orientated 1999 digital camera which needs the kodak viewer software to convert the images (a very regretful step from Kodak). You want to put this software on a 64bit Vista OS.
I really can not see it happening. You can try, but in the most unlikely to work.
The Kodak camera had a resolution of 1.2megapixels, less than mobile phones now a days. Although it is a very robust and reliable camera, a childs camera from a supermarket for $20 will produce better results.
Albeit, I do have the software, old original CD from 1999, 'Kodak Picture Postcard Software'.
I need some direction on this - I don't know if I can post contacts here to get this to you. Can a moderator assist????
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