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I cann't open my last pictures

I try to open my pictures, on each picture I see a zigzag line and it doesn't let me to open it, and when I click on the picture I receive this massage "Kodak Easyshare software can no longer find the file : C:/Documents and Setting/...... The file may have been renamed or moved in your windows file system."
Please let me know how can I fix this problem and get back my pictures.
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Re: I cann't open my last pictures

Solution: From the top menu bar, select Tools, Check for missing pictures. Click Start and follow the on-screen prompts. This utility will search your hard drive for the missing photos. My photos were found in C:\Document&Settings\username\Local Settings\temp folder. If this utility found your missing photos, following the prompts to relink the photos. You just need to redirect the restore to the path were the photos were located.

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Re: I cann't open my last pictures

I'm not sure about this but can you get the pictures of of the memory card with a different card reader. lots of scanners, copiers ect have readers. try that first.

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