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  • felisha cartina
    felisha cartina Jul 06, 2008

    yahh i've been having this same problem..i'll try to upload picz && then it will light up and everything as if..im about ta upload..but then it never does anything.&& then ill go on kodak easyshare and click transfer & syncranize but it keeps sayin..no device detected..soo yahh HELP..cuz i got picz i wanna upload on myspace.. plz && thanx!

  • we6kick Aug 28, 2008

    I can't connect my camera to my computer, because my usb port isn't working properly. When I hold the usb cord at a certain angle, it picks it up and can make the transfer, but it isn't connecting properly.

  • coutuk Nov 11, 2008

    Cannot upload pictures.... tried everything... USB not recognized and I am unable to uninstall

  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    pleas help me

  • mrpaned65 Nov 29, 2008

    My computer will not detect my camera (FinePix A205) any more . It used to be plug n play . I do not know what happened . It took amazing pics for a 2mp camera . Although , I always used a tripod for best results . After all , it is only 2mp . The files were small ,and for those who have dial-up,downloading was rather quick . I just wasted 2 weeks trying to get Finepix viewer to work and detect my camera . I'll never buy another FujiFilm product again ! Tomorrow morning I'm going to buy a new Kodak . If Fuji wants to make it near impossible to continue support for their past customers , I'll give another company a shot at taking my money ! They can't do any worse . I'll never get those 2 weeks back . And not to mention the stress ! Photography is supposed to be enjoyable and relaxing .

  • marthandrew7 Jan 04, 2009

    same problem.....haiz

  • skrblr Mar 03, 2009

    I've tried this process half a dozen times:



    I connected the USB cable to the camera and the USB port on my computer. I turned on the camera (although the lens didn't swivel open like it usually does). (Sometimes I do it in reverse order: turn on the camera - and it swivels open - then plug in the USB. The same series of events follows, either way) Windows XP pops up with a message: "USB Device Not Recognized: One of the USB devices attached to this computer has malfunctioned, and Windows does not recognize it. For assistance in solving this problem, click this message." I do so, and a box pops up. Under 'USB Root Hub', there are 8 ports. One is used by our scanner, and one, in bold, says "Unknown Device." I doubleclick it. Under 'Device Status,' it says: "No drivers are installed for this device." I then run through the whole maintain/repair/reinstall the EasyShare software, which I have on CD. It doesn't fix anything.



    I've checked the Kodak website, and while they have the manual (which I've perused in depth to no avail) and the software available for download, they have no drivers for a Kodak EasyShare C913.

    I've used the Memory Card (it says "Kodak Memory Card - 4GB - SD - HC - 2" on the front) in a USB memory card reader we have at school, and I'm able to upload all the pictures.



    Help?

  • monicamk Mar 24, 2009

    It was working fine on my Mac, then I lent it to someone who plugged it into a PC and now my Mac doesn't recognize it when I plug it in. The camera turns on just like it would normally when the USB device is plugged in, and nothing happens on my computer, so I'm assuming it's a faulty connection? Not sure! Help please!

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