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Hook Up. The C643 digital zoom camera was working ok, with my Windows 98 S.E. Then I F-Disk and reformatted my computer. Now when I try to use it. I keep getting this message. (Cannot get the device information) Took it out and put it back in serveal times. Same thing. Sent letter to Kodak. Got back sorry we no longer support Windows 98 and the web page they sent me was no help at all. I'm kind of upset. Been using it for a year on Windows 98 S.E. And now they say tough.

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Yeah that's frustrating.. here's something that might help though.

Follow this link:

http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/downloads/dln_ekn031209.jhtml?operatingSystem=windows_98_se&downloadLanguage=en

There you can find software your computer supporting Windows 98 SE. Hopefully this should fix your problems.

hope this helps.

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