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Transfering pictures to my computer

I can't transfer my pictures to my computer.

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Dear Rochellev,
When you say that you are not able to transfer images to your computer.. what happens exactly? Is it that there is an error message or computer doesn't recognize the camera or ??

Assuming that the camera has a USB port and computer is not able to recognize the camera... Here are the few things that you might want to check.
1) When you connect your camera to the USB of your computer and switch on the camera ... Does your computer recognize that an USB device has been attached to it? It would generally show a balloon on right hand side bottom corner in windows OS and would show a green arrow icon in the system trey when the device is ready to use.

2) Do you see any new drive letter in "My computer"?

3) When you right click on "My computer" --> Properties --> Hardware tab --> Device manager button ..
Under the USB devices do you see any Red "X" or "!" marks?

4) Does the computer recognize any other USB devices like printer and modem ...

If that doesn't help then please let me know the exact issue and I would be glad to assist you ahead..

Regards,
Srinivas.

Posted on Jun 20, 2009

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Make sure your camera is off when you hook the usb cable from your camera to your computer, then after doing so turn you camera on, wait a few moments, if nothing happens go to you destop to my computer and click on the removable hardware, it should work
also what program are you using and what operating system do you have?

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More than likely, a driver floppy or CDRom came with your camera, right? And like most people, you may have been 'forced' to swallow MSoft patches the 2d Tue of every month, right? Well, sometimes their patches overwrite YOUR stuff and render the drivers useless - unless you reinstall them again. ow, depending on your Camera, you will either do this BEFORE you try and connect the camera, or AFTER. Read the instr manual to see. Also, the latest pushes might also render Kodaks old (as shipped) drivers useless, so nip over to Kodak.com and get the latest ones! ;-)

http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/products/ekn034495.jhtml?pq-path=11888

Remember to check if you install/update BEFORE or AFTER connecting camera for first time.

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Download Picasa3 from Google and plug the cable you got with the camera into the usb port on the pc and watch your pictures download into Picasa. Easy

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Pros avoid this problem by using a card reader...you should too.

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