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Do I have to add memory before I use it? I just can not work this camera no matter how much I read the instrustrions. help

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  • kakima May 11, 2010

    That depends, some cameras have internal memory and some don't. Can you tell us the make and model of your camera?

  • Ty Price May 11, 2010

    You have to tell us what kind of camera it is.

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  • Start EASYSHARE Software.

  • From the menu bar, select Help > About Kodak EasyShare software.

  • Note the software version. If you have Version 8.0 or later installed on your computer, review the help information for Transfer Pictures.

  • From the menu bar, select Help > Kodak EasyShare Help.When the Welcome to EasyShare Software window appears, select Transfer pictures, then read the help information.

  • If you do not have Version 8.0 or later installed on your computer, go to EASYSHARE Software Downloads, then follow the instructions to download the latest version of software. Approximate download time is 5 minutes for Cable/DSL, or 2 hours for a dial-up connection.


If that doesn't solve your problem you can manually add your pictures/videos to easyshare software.
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  • Select the pictures/videos to add to EASY SHARE Software, then click Add Pictures. To add all the pictures/videos in the folder, click Add Entire Folder.Click Done.

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Pc wont recognize camera. windows xp


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  • Start EASYSHARE Software.

  • From the menu bar, select Help > About Kodak EasyShare software.

  • Note the software version. If you have Version 8.0 or later installed on your computer, review the help information for Transfer Pictures.

  • From the menu bar, select Help > Kodak EasyShare Help.When the Welcome to EasyShare Software window appears, select Transfer pictures, then read the help information.

  • If you do not have Version 8.0 or later installed on your computer, go to EASYSHARE Software Downloads, then follow the instructions to download the latest version of software. Approximate download time is 5 minutes for Cable/DSL, or 2 hours for a dial-up connection.


If that doesn't solve your problem you can manually add your pictures/videos to easyshare software.
  • In easyshare Software, select My Collection, then select Add Pictures. The Add Pictures screen appears.Look at the Select a location field. If the My Files folder is collapsed, click the + to open the folder.In the Select a location field, select your camera folder, for example: M381 Digital Camera. Thumbnails of the pictures/videos on your camera internal memory, and on a memory card if one is in your camera, appear.

  • Select the pictures/videos to add to EASY SHARE Software, then click Add Pictures. To add all the pictures/videos in the folder, click Add Entire Folder.Click Done.

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My computer won't recognize my camera. All of the USB ports are working (I checked them with other devices) but none of them are working for the camera...


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  • Note the software version. If you have Version 8.0 or later installed on your computer, review the help information for Transfer Pictures.

  • From the menu bar, select Help > Kodak EasyShare Help.When the Welcome to EasyShare Software window appears, select Transfer pictures, then read the help information.

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If that doesn't solve your problem you can manually add your pictures/videos to easyshare software.
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  • Select the pictures/videos to add to EASY SHARE Software, then click Add Pictures. To add all the pictures/videos in the folder, click Add Entire Folder.Click Done.

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