I got this Kodak Easy Share for Christmas and i have an old Kodak DC215. That camera comes up on my Camera wizard for windows XP. I got the CD to download the KodakGallery and i don't want to use that, i'd like to know how to add the easy share as another device on the XP Camera wizard and download my photos onto my computer?? Any suggestions...........Am so frustrated i'm getting ready to ebay the thing! Thanks
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Re: downloading picutres to my computer
Download newest kodak software not old stuuff on cd u need it also to connect makes it easyer 6.4 verison from kodak.com ok download save to hard drive install ok dont use cd old now sucks new verison relly cool in settings tell itto trafer at full quilty ok
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Marie, For every camera that someone wants to connect to a computer, there has to be installed a program on the computer. The program came with the camera on the CD. Perhaps you thought only the manual was on the CD, but no.
If you already dumped the CD, just goto the Kodak website, register your camera and ask for the easy share software. you can download it for free. Because it will only work with a Kodak camera.
Always first install the software, then connect the camera.
Once the software is on the computer, the program is self explaining. It even starts up (should start up) as soon as the camera is connected via the USB cable.
If the plastic battery door latch is broken (the most common cause) the latch is obtainable for under $9 but professional labor would be more than the camera is worth (probably about $35 to $55). Instructions are available for a do it yourself installation, but it does involve disassembly and reassembly of the camera. ( takes about 40 minutes) Although the procedure is not extemely difficult, if you have no experience in working with small electronic devices the chance of damaging the internal camera workings is rather high.