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Downloading photos How do I download the photos on my camera to the computer?

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What you can do is you can take out the memory card and put it in to the pc it works for me Also my camera doesnt work anymore it doesnt turn on i even put in new batterys and it still doesnt turn on someone help me please

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I canot get my pictures on my computer I have a Kodak Easy Share C813 and a Dell Computer

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Re: downloading photos

Hi, Most present day digital cameras are recognizable by a Windows PC as an external removable drive. You have to connect the camera using a USB cable (in some case, a firewire cable) to any of the USB ports of your computer. Give your machine a second or two to recognize and auto-install the needed drivers/software. The PC normally auto displays content of the camera (now recognized as possibly drive "E" or something). Thereafter it is a matter of copy/paste or drag-0n-drop to your preferred folder in your PC (more often My Pictures inside My Documents). Hope this be of some help/idea. Post back how things turnedout or should you need furtherinformation. Good luck and kind regards.

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I cannot download pictures to my computer. When I connect camera to computer the camera shuts off. Have installed all the software that was suggested and still nothing.

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Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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I had to fix a similar problem with a friends camera. If the lens dosn't come out when you turn it on, You will have to, or get some one, to open the camera up. there are lots of tiny screws to remove. You will find one of the ribbon cables has popped the retaining clip, and you will have to snap it back into place. Note: put a piece of tape over the Flash wire inside or you get a good zap from it.


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Try using a card reader instead of the camera.

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