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Can't transfer pictures to computer

I have a Kodah Easy Share C340 and am trying to transfer pictures to the my computer using a USB memory card drive. I have downloaded the newest version of Easy Share to my computer but am still unable to view, load, or transfer pictures. Easy Share icon on my computer won't even open.

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First start easy share program, than turn on camera, then plug in to usb

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