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I cant open my easyshare program..i can transfer pics but cant find the folder

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Easyshare should be in your startup menu if you installed it properly on your pc. You can do a search on the pc for easyshare ore you could reinstall it from the cd which came with your camera. It should also show up in a rightclick menu if you try to open a photo. When you do find it, send a link to the desktop.

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This should do it for you: Insert the SD card into your laptop or computer. In the SD card go to "New Folder" name that folder "DCIM" in the "DCIM" folder create a new folder. This one you will name "101KC190" (I'm pretty sure you have the Kodak Easyshare 190, correct?) Now, transfer all of your pictures into "101KC190." Insert the SD into your camera and it should work. email me if you need to kylejwoody@hotmail.com

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Yes you can, and I do it all the time. I copy the pictures to "My Pictures" folder. If you OPEN the DCIM folder by clicking on it, then SELECT ALL, then choose copy. Now close your camera folder. and OPEN "My Pictures" and then choose PASTE, all your pics should be inserted into "MY PICTURES". The reason your pics are deleted even after you've renamed them is because your OS is only copying them as shortcuts. If you don't want to copy or paste, next time you try to save one of your pics, hold down the shift key while dragging your pic to your folder and it won't move it as a shortcut. Hope this helps.

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I have a Kodak Easyshare c913. My computer does not have a place for memory card. When I try transfering with it plugged in, not all the pictures transfer. Why?.


Hi there! What method are you using to transfer photos when you connect your camera to the computer? Does a Kodak program open up automatically and start doing it for you? If this is the case, it is possible there is a setting in it that only transfers the most recent photos--ones that have not been transferred before.

I would recommend using the Windows tool. It should automatically pop up when you connect your camera, and ask what you want to do. Choose "Open folder," as shown below. Once the folder opens, you can highlight all of the files and copy them, then paste them into a folder on your computer (I would recommend making a new folder under My Pictures). This method is basically treating your camera's memory card as an external hard drive--you are controlling what gets transferred, rather than letting a program try and guess for you.

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I hope this answers your question!

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I have a kodak easyshare c182 and i have windows professional 2000. it keeps saying it cant support this version, how do i get my pics on my computer?


Ignore Easyshare software. Download Picasa and Import, sort, email, upload to an online web page etc. your photos using this excellent program.
Another way is to simply click Start/My Computer and your camera card should appear there as D: or E: click that and other folders within, until you see your photos. Copy the enclosing folder and paste it where you wish. Try to upgrade to XP it is one of the best.

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Will not transfer all pics. says that they are already in program.. but they are not.


Check the numbers of the pics. Other pics with the same numbers may be on your computer. You can use a card reader and download the pics to a folder on your desktop. Then, you can change the names of the pics with the duplicate numbers.

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To transfer all the pictures to your easyshare software, follow the steps below:
1) establish a connection between you cam and pc

2) open the easyshare software

3) click on ADD PICTURES

4)click on the model of the cam under SELECT A LOCATION

5) select pics that you would like to transfer by holding down ctrl as you left click on the pics

6) click on ADD PICTURES

7) click on done

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You are supposed to plug the USB in FIRST then turn on the camera, the lens IS NOT supposed to pop out while hooked up this way. Then you need to open the Kodak software. Kinda sucks and a PITA to use. My older Kodak (about 4 years) when plugged to the cable would be recognized as a removable hard drive just as a flash drive and it was obviously super simple to move the pictures to folders in your computer. Now so easy with this new camera, you have to open the Easy Share software, then it transfers them into a folder it makes up labels with the current date, within a folder on your hard drive. then you can move them in the main folder you wanted them in, then delete the one it made up. It won't, (or I haven't found how) transfer pics straight to an existing folder.
Screw that, my printer has multi-media card slots, I just pop the SD card from the printer and pop it in the media slot just like a flash drive.
I deleted all Kodak software from my computer, waste of time.

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Easyshare converted all of my jpgs to easyshare files


i'm not sure how to change the default picture program... but i can tell you that you won't lose pictures if the easyshare program is deleted. it's just an extra program to view/edit pics.... the actual pics are located in a generic folder somewhere on your computer. click properties on one of the pics in easyshare, and see where it's located. then just go to that folder through windows....

hope i helped a little, sorry i don't have the solution for the other part

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you need to know where the default folder is that your camera transfers pics and video to, on your pc, it could be a folder named as the date you transfered or Kodak or simply transfers automatically to my pictures or my video, so connect the camera again and see where it is transfering them to. If you mean you cannot open the file, then you may not have the required software to do it, so when you find the file, right click on it and then select 'Open With' and then in the next option line will be any programme you have installed to view videos. If when you right click and then there is no available programme, click browse instead and then look on your c:/ drive and then programme files and look for similair programmes to windows media player or quicktime, the select the option 'Always open files of this type using this programme'

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