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Remove the battery and the memory card, and disconnect from computer, now push power and hold for at least 60 seconds to reset the processor ic, install memory card and battery, turn on camera settings should return to normal, if not! the systems control board is the problem.
ur CCD is going BAD u shud contact Kodak for the problem they might do it free i had same problem in my Fuji S5000 all pink shades in pictures , in sepia and black and white there are no multiple colors so u cant see the full performance of CCD becoz they are one or two colors only , pls contact Kodak they will do it free ask them about bad ccd see link and PLS RATE ME WELL ! http://www.imaging-resource.com/badccds.html
Hey mea411, What you should do is have the camera looked at by an authorized service technician. There is most likely something wrong with the LCD screen itself. I hope this helps! Sincerely, Allan Go Ahead. Use Us.
skip the whole process and buy a sd memory card reader-it's plug and play- no software and will save your batterys when you download-they work great and bypass the issues your having-plug into usb port and will download to xp or vista