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When I try to transfur pictures from docking station to computer found new hardware pops up what do i do?

Found new hardware but wont load it

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As windows is finding new hardware then the drivers for the camera have not been installed you will need to download the drivers from kodak or use your cd drivers that came with the camera.
Follow the prompted directions exactly.

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