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Photos not transferring from camera to the computer

When i try to tranfer the photo the screen on the camera remain black. Am I doing something wrong?

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Re: photos not transferring from camera to the computer

Have you installed the software? For Kodak, go to this site: and download. Your camera screen might stay black during the installation process because you can't use it while transferring.

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