I am having major probs with my system
it seems that I have copied some of my photos to my documents in the past now all my photos have a asterix on them saying that
kodak can no longer open this file
c/documents and settings/my documents/steve harvey
the file may have been removed or moved in your windows fil
there is a way you can re connect but you have to go all the way throuhg the photos library to find them
can anyone help or is the software infected
Did you reinstall any of the affected software recently? That can cause this result. Basicly, the arrow pointing to the file now doesn't point directly at it in your file system any longer. Try looking in the top dropdown menus of the program for an option like 'import' (probably under 'file') and browse to the folder you want. You may be able to import the folder, or you may have to select all of the contents of the folder.
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Here's another possible option to copy your pictures over to your PC without using the software:
1.)Plug in your camera and turn it on. 2.)Wait a few moments then go to "My Computer" 3.)A new hard disk will show up. Double-click into it, and soon another folder, keep exploring and you should find your photos. 4.)Once you find them, create a folder (where ever you choose, the desktop will do just fine). 5.)Then select all the pictures, right-click on them, choose Copy. 6.)Go into the newly created folder and right click in it and choose Paste. 7.)Once all the pictures are successfully copied over you can delete the ones off your camera.
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If you are using Kodaks easyshare program then you can simply "drag & drop" the pictures onto your flash drive. You can also trying looking on your "C: drive" (hard drive) for your pictures. Normally Kodak Easyshare stores pictures at C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Shared Documents\Shared Pictures\Kodak Pictures. Once you find your pictures all you need to do is select all the pictures you want to copy and paste them into your flash drive.
If the pictures are on your camera then connect your camera to the computer and then click on "My Computer" on your desktop or under the start menu (if you are using Windows). Then if a few seconds you should see a drive pop up that will say "Kodak*****", proceed to double click on that and keep clicking into the folders until you see your pictures. Once you see your pictures copy all of them. Once copied open up "My Computer" again and select your flash drive. Once inside your flash drive then right click in the window and select "paste". Your pictures should start copying over to your flash drive. Once the copying it complete you are the safe to remove your flash drive.
Note: I am assuming that you are using a Microsoft Windows operating system. If you are using MAC OS X then it is slightly different but similar. I hope this helps! Good luck!
You don't state your operating system, but in any event you do not need a driver for the camera, you can use the Kodak easyshare software available here,
to browse or copy the photos as required.
Your computer should just recognise the camera automatically.
Why do you think you need a driver?
Instead of pressing the start button to print, you need to press the small ON/OFF button. The start button works to copy/scan. But to print, you will need to turn the printer on first. Once the printer is on, the computer should recognize it fine and allow you to print from your applications.
If the photos are saved on the sd card in the camera you should be able to copy them onto your pc by taking out the card and inserting it into the pc. If you have no card slopt use a card reader with a usb end. The photos will then open up with any program capable of opening photos such as paint,photoshop or whatever. The easyshare software is only necessary if you are getting the photos to your pc via the cable which came with the camera. Personally I just pop the sd card into the pc and use mgi.photosuite or paint to open it. If you copy the photos onto the pc just double click on one of the photos and it will most likely open with the default program.
Close the Kodak EasyShare software from your system tray (down by the clock).
Go to www.apple.com and download apple quicktime.
After you have installed quicktime successfully, add the videos to the software.
Since the pictures were downloaded successfully, videos are also transferred.
They are usually saved in your My Documents\My Pictures\Kodak Pictures.
Kodak has been making a lot of changes to that program, due to problems.
If you loaded the software that came with the camera, it is very likely out of date.
You need to visit the Kodak website and download the latest version of the software.
Instead of using the software...
Try uninstalling the software and use the Microsoft Scanner and Camera wizard to transfer photos/video to your computer. It should recognize everything on your camera, and then you can copy and paste the photos/videos into whatever folder you specify.
In my experience, Kodak's EasyShare software was able to recognize .MOV movies. If your computer is slow, you might want to wait a while for all the processing to be done and check if the videos were recognizeD