I am using my sister-in-law's cd40. While she takes it ti CVS for prints, I want to download the prints to my computer as I do with my own digital camera. When I tried to download the drivers, it seemed to work fine, but the computer doesn't seem to recognize the drivers. I have Windows 98.
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If your photos are stored on a memory card in the camera, then remove the memory card and insert it into an USB memory card reader. Then connect the USB card reader into the USB port on your computer, the computer will see this as an external storage device, you can then open the folders and photo on the memory card and copy them to your computer.
The CD40 uses MMC and SD cards. MMC cards are a dying breed, so I'd suggest SD cards. You can find those in a variety of sizes at just about any department, electronic, and office supply stores. You can probably find them at drugstores and supermarkets, as well. You can also buy them online.
Be careful to buy SD cards 2GB and smaller, not SDHC cards 4GB and larger. SDHC cards look identical but will not work in the CD40.
You can either use a separate card reader to download to your computer, or , take the card to a Walmart store and insert the card into a Kodak Picture Kiosk machine and print the pics or make a cd of them. Then, format the card in the camera.
Could be a camera problem or a card problem. Best way to check is to reformat the card in a computer (do a long format), then reformat in the camera and see if it works.
If not, try a new card. If that doesn't work then you have a camera problem.
Cards don't last forever, so it's most likely that your card has just worn out. Some cameras are more sensitive to this than others, or it could just be a cooincidence that it's only happened in the Kodak up to now.
Put an update on here if this doesn't work, I check threads every couple days and I'll see if can help more.