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Your camera is not numbering consecutively...it is starting over each time...hence the duplicate numbers. You can use a card reader to download the pics to a folder you create on your desktop. From there, you can right-click the duplicates and rename them.
understand you?re interested in transferring the pictures from your camera to your computer. Please follow the following steps 1: Connect the camera to the computer using the USB cable, U-8. 2: Turn the camera on 3: A window will automatically appear on your display. Please follow the steps given to you by the programme. If no window appears: 3: Go into my documents 4: Find the location of the camera and your pictures 5 Drag and drop from the camera to the computer
I understand you?re interested in transferring the pictures that you have on the computer over to your SD card. Please follow the following steps 1: Connect the camera to the computer using the USB cable. 2: Turn the camera on 3: Go into my documents 4: Find the location of the camera and your pictures 5 Drag and drop from the computer to the camera
Try opening the Kodak software first, then turn the camera on. I've found that you need the Kodak program to transfer the pictures from the camera. I personally do not like this, my old camera (also Kodak) would act like a plane old flash card/removeable device, this new one doesn't.
Anyhow, I find it super easy to just take the SD card out and pop it into the media slot in my printer. Then just open explorer and it's there just like any other hard drive or CD/DVD drive and transfer them to where ever you like.
If your printer or computer doesn't have a slot for SD cards you can get one that plugs into a USB port, pretty cheaply at any store that sells computer products.
I spoke to someone on the IM chat at the kodak website,
and took me through the steps that seems to get around that problem,
if its a kodak c913.
open the easyshare software.
connect your camera.
if a transfer window opens automatically, close it.
in the easyshare software window open the 'add picture button'.
then select the folder with the name of your camera 'kodak c913'.
all your pictures should load as if it would through the automatic transfer window,
select whatever pictures you want to add,
clock add pictures,
and it doesnt come up with the error message of the software believing there is duplicates.
i also have this problem when i plug my usb in my laptop..it wont find it so i open kodak easyshare as that is starting to run enter your usb in it should find it straight away and start downloading files
This worked for my Kodak C913...from Kodak Support.
To switch between the Microsoft WIA drivers and the Kodak camera driver: 1. Connect your camera to your computer.
2. Turn on your camera. NOTE: If the WIA drivers automatically detect your camera and display a window for transferring images. Click Cancel to close this window. 3. Open the Device Manager. a. Right-click My Computer and select Properties. b. In the System Properties window, select the Hardware tab. c. Click Device Manager. 4. Click the plus (+) sign to the left of Imaging Devices or Universal Serial Bus Controller, depending on the version of Kodak software installed on the computer. Your Kodak camera should be listed.
5. Double-click on your camera model name.
6. Select the Driver tab.
7. Click Update Driver.
8. If you have installed Windows XP Service Pack 2 or above, your system displays the Hardware Update Wizard. Select No, not this time and click Next.
9. Select Install from a list or specific location (Advanced) and click Next.
10. Click Don't search. I will choose the driver to install and click Next.
11. Select the Digital Still Camera for WIA drivers if you having trouble using the Kodak drivers, or select the Kodak camera if switching from WIA to Kodak and click Next.
12. Click Finish to complete the driver update.
13. If the program selection window appears, select Windows scanner and camera wizard 14. Select Always use this program for this action and click OK to transfer your pictures.