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Suddently my movies won't download onto my computer Kodak DX 6440

Suddently my movies won't download onto my computer...my photos will, but the movies won't. What's wrong?? I've updated my Easyshare software but that's not the problem.

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Close the Kodak EasyShare software from your system tray (down by the clock).
Go to www.apple.com and download apple quicktime.
After you have installed quicktime successfully, add the videos to the software.
Since the pictures were downloaded successfully, videos are also transferred.

They are usually saved in your My Documents\My Pictures\Kodak Pictures.

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