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Cx7330 connection problems

My computer says usb device not recognized.... at all... easyshare software is rubbish.. tried that, new and old software... nothing... camera works fine, jus the software/driver doesnt... idea's??

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  • adambeevers Jun 12, 2008

    none of the above work.. 

  • adambeevers Jun 13, 2008

    Im not running windows, im using mac.

  • Ellsinore Jul 14, 2008

    I'm having the same problem with my Kodak camera -- it just started today. I've tried using a different port and searching for the driver. I checked Kodak's website for an updated driver. There seemed to be a knowledge base article for this problem, but every time I clicked on the link, it crashed my browser.

    The camera is working fine -- I just can't get the pictures off of it!


  • Anonymous Apr 11, 2009

    ugh.... what the heck.... it won't recognize the camera is even plugged in (via usb)? and yes its turned on

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Try a different USB port (if running vista) - or try not plugging into a USB hub if doing so.

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  • aaron irving Jun 12, 2008

    Are you running windows Vista? If so usb drivers can be deleted, so upon plugging in it will force a reinstall (complete) of the driver. If you are let me know and i'll post instructions. If you are running XP - try getting a USB - SD card reader, that way you never have to plug the camera in, just the memory to card to copy the jpeg's/avi's off the card.

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