I keep getting all these errors when I try to scan a picture and just
about everytime I try a different option. I tried uninstalling the
software but still no luck. I just bought this printer and I am
starting to get really frustrated. It printed some 4x6 photos good at
the start now it wont hardly do anything without these errors coming up
. Please help thanks
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In this case u need to update the drivers........ Insert the Software CD to the computer.... Right Click On My Computer..... Click on Properties........ Go to Hardware...... Click on Device Manager..... Now on that list u will find a option which will say Imaging Devices Under that u will see ur camera with an exclamation mark(You Can Sometimes see that Exclamation Mark Under Other Devices) if it doesnt have an exclamation mark but it says cannot find driver u can just uninstall and reinstall the software...... But if it has a Yellow Exclamation mark then right click on the Camera click on Update drivers...... Click On Browse my Computer for software.......... Select the CD Rom drive from my Computer........ And click nxt not it will say ur hardware is installed and ready to use....
I've had the same problem for some time, but recently found a fix.
Those sneaky folks at Kodak updated their Vista driver for the ESP
series, and it works with Windows 7 now. Oddly enough they haven't
advertised this fact, but it works none-the-less. Now, you're going to
have to uninstall the Kodak Home Center, the driver and anything else
associated with Kodak. You need to manually go through the Program
Folder and delete anything Kodak. Make sure you set explorer to show
hidden files/directories, and go to Program Data and delete any thing
Kodak. Finally go to users appdata and delete anything Kodak in all
the sub folders there. Then download and install the new May 1 drivers
from the Kodak site:
Go to control panel>add & remove programs or programs & features if using vista, select the program and click on uninstall. If you have tried this already and it hasn't uninstalled then there must have been an error with the files. For example did you try deleting them from a folder instead of uninstalling them in the correct procedure. Or they may not have installed correctly in the first place. If this is the case and they do not uninstall from the add & remove programs then simply install it again. It will either ask you to remove the first copy which you can do by following the instructions on screen, or it will ask you if you want to repair the first installation or it will simply overwrite the first installation. If you do get the choice then follow the remove options, and then reinstall. Other to that just reinstall over the the original installation.
Hope this helps