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I want to upload pictures from my camera to my computer. But whenever I click on the camera under Scanners and Cameras on My Computer. But then the next page is completely blank. What do I do?

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Use a card reader to download your pictures.

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Whenever i connect the camera to my computer nothing happens . Its like its not even connected and i want to upload pictures


Try and find your camera's driver to download on your computer. Or upload your pictures using your SD card, and not direct through your USB camera.

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Solve your problem by using a card reader to download your pics to a folder you create on your desktop.

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With Windows XP it is possible to connect the camera and transfer pictures without using the Kodak drivers as contained in EasyShare software. Windows XP contains built-in drivers (Windows Imaging Acquisition or WIA drivers) that will recognize your digital camera.
It is a good temporary alternative to using EasyShare if there are issues with installing the software, as it will at least enable you to transfer pictures to your computer. You will however lose the ability to upload any files or information to the camera, such as:
-firmware updates
-e-mail address books
-the Camera Favorites album which is a feature of some of our newest cameras
Simply connect your camera and use the Device Manager to configure Windows on how to work with the camera:
-Right-click on My Computer and choose "Manage". Click [Device Manager] in the left pane.
-Click the plus (+) sign in front of "Imaging devices". The camera should be listed below it.
-Right-click on the camera and select "Update Driver".
-If you have installed Windows XP Service Pack 2, you will be prompted, "Can Windows connect to Windows Update to search for software?" Select "No, not this time". Click [Next].
-Select "Install from a list or specific location (Advanced)" and click [Next].
-Select "Don't search. I will choose the driver to install". Click [Next].
-Select "Digital Still Camera". Click [Next].
-Check that a program selection window appears. Select "Always use this program for this action".
Now your camera should be accessible via My Computer under "Scanners and Cameras".

Oct 25, 2009 | Kodak Cameras

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Pictures won't upload


Use a cardreader to download your pictures.

Aug 12, 2009 | Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX12 Digital Camera

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Videos won't upload


Hi there.
Plug the camera into the USB port and wait for the computer to detect it.
When its detected click on my computer/computer, in the list you should see "removable device", click on that and view your files.
Right click on the file you want and select "copy" from the sub menu.
Create a new folder on the desktop and open it, right click in the newly created folder and select "paste", the file should now copy to that folder.
Keep on repeating the process until you have all your files in the new folder.


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Jun 09, 2009 | Fuji Finepix Z20fd Digital Camera

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Uploading Pictures To The Computer.


If you are running Windows XP or Vista in computer, hook USB cable between camera and computer, power up camera, Windows will recognize it and install required drivers automatically, click My Computer, Removable Disk, click folder and copy picture files and paste in some where in computer.

May 14, 2009 | Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S730 Digital Camera

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UPLOADING PICTURES


use the usb charger and connect it to your computer, turn on your camera and choose connect to computer then click ok/menu,

on your computer click on my computer and double click on the drive that says removable disk (F:), then it will upload all the pictures to your computer you can only view and delete, but if you want to save it to y our computer you have to select all the pictures right click on the mouse and choose copy and save it to your computer or make a new folder on the deskstop.

other way:
if your computer has a memory card slot reader, then take out your memory card from your camera and place it to the computer and again go to your my computer and double click on the removable disk (F:) drive.

hope this will helps.

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It wont upload!


im having the same problem but i lost my cd for installing to my computer for downloads any clue??

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Picures wont upload :X


go to my computer it will say your cams name cick on it

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