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Help with photos from computer to memory card

Hello can someone help me please , I want to buy someone a digital photo frame ..I need help in transfering photos from my computer windows XP to a memory card, I have kodak easyshare dock, I only need to do this as a one off so I dont really want to buy anything to add to the computer is there a way ?..thankyou in advance ..kezzza

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  • kezzza Aug 25, 2007

    Hello thanks for your help .... Yes I do have a camera and really just transfer photos Ive taken on to the computer ( thats all I have wanted to do up till now ) ....but I tried what you suggested and nothing , I cant figure out why the camera is in "my computer" under kodak but when trying your suggestion it came up with a message that said : it cannot detect the camera ...?? I am a newbie to this and really dont have a clue what I am doing.tell me If I copy the photos on to a cd, can I get them from the cd to a memory card ? will that be my better option? thanks again Kezzza

  • Anonymous Apr 09, 2008

    i just want to know how to put the picture from my lap top to my memory stick.

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Since you have the easyshare dock, I'm going to assume you have the camera too. The easiest way to do this without buying additional equipment is: 1. put the desired memory card in the camera, and the camera in the dock. 2. Windows XP should recognize the camera upon being turned on, and assign a drive letter to it (found under 'My Computer') 3. Put all desired pictures onto this drive (your camera) 4. Done! The photoframe should automatically detect and play the pictures that you put onto the camera.

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