Question about Kodak Cameras
I've run into the same problem but I don't remember ever solving it.
I have a few things you can try though.
You could try another card in the camera first. Also try the card in another device making sure both are functional but my guess is it's the camera.
1.Plug the camera into your PC. 2. Go through Windows Explorer
to get the pictures off the camera. (If that doesn't work go to 3.).
3. Take the card out and plug it into what ever you can to get the pictures off the card. 4. Put the card back in and plug the camera into your PC. 5. Go through Windows Explorer to the camera and format the card.
I think I did all this to mine and was able to use the card in other things as well as getting my pictures but wasn't able to use it in the camera (or any other card) again.
These digital cameras are sensitive to bumps, drops and static electricity. Some more than others but I'm no pro, just determined.
Posted on May 03, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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