Question about Kodak EasyShare DX6490 Digital Camera
The battery is fully charged and the light will not come on my camera so I can review my pictures. They also will not download in my computer.What can I do to view the pictures I took? They are on the card, as I checked it in another camera.
Hello, Your Dx6490 uses a SD Memory card so all you need to do is buy a small memory card reader and hook it to your PC with the USB cable that comes with it.These units are real cheap.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: button does not work
Some of those buttons work in combination with the two dials (i.e., setting ISO and white balance, etc.). Hold a buttin down and user the knobs simoultaneously.
If this is not the issue, please describe specifically which buttons are not workin...
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Posted on May 24, 2009
All cameras need a memory card of some description. A 1GB SD card would be more than big enough from any photographic shop. Make sure that the lock switch on the side of the SD card is not set.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Very possible that it is, but I would guess that the answer is no. It sounds like it might have not transferred all the pictures but thought it did. If you have the option set of "delete after transfer" checked, it would explain this problem.
If you have not taken any pictures since the transfer, you can check the memory card for deleted files. If you have taken new ones since, then there is a possibility you have overwritten the ones you are looking for.
The program I use to undelete files that have been deleted from the recycle bin is free and can be downloaded from the following link.
But you will need to put your camera memory card into a card reader rather than using your camera to do the transfer. I would also check your C: drive for deleted files.
Another suggestion is to do a search of your entire hard drive for ".jpg" or the file extension your pictures are taken in.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you so much! I was thinking the same thing as far as deleting all after transfer, I've never done that before. Ill also try your other sugg."
Possibly, but you may no longer be able to view them on your camera. If you hadn't saved your pictures to your computer yet, try to do so. If your computer also has a problem seeing the pictures, you may need to use recovery software (see this link). Finally, after you've saved your photos to your camera, you should format the card in your camera to rejuvenate the card. If prompted to format your card by your computer, don't do it. It uses a different file handling structure than your camera.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
Testimonial: "Your information was correct. After downloading the recovery software I was able to recover my pics and save them on my computer. Thanks so much!"
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