Question about Kodak Cameras
I am not sure how you are trying to transfer them to your computer. Are you using a docking station? Also is there an internal sd card or a removal memory card in the camera? If there is you can take out the card, insert it in to a disk reader. You can get these at just about any store that sells camera supplies. They run about $20. You plug this into your computer, put in the memory card, go to MY computer and open up the file that says removable media or something to that sort. They you can copy and paste the pictures to your computer.
Hope this helps but I would need more info to really give a correct answer.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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