Question about Kodak Cameras
1. Hook the camera to a usb port.
2. A dialog box will come up saying to OPEN,VIEW,SAVE
You can open and view it and save it with those options above the photos will be transferred to your My photos directory if you so choose,
You can install the Kodak easy share software RUN IT then plug the camera in and this will save it to a directory within the kodak easy share program.
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Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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