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Re: Putting pictures on computer
There should be an USB cable among your camera accessories, check for it. Than just plug it in and turn camera on. Computer should detect your camera by itself. After that just copy pictures from camera to hard disk. You can save them as, copy and past or drag and drop just like you do with any other files on your PC. When you're done, first turn off camera and than unplug the USB cable from the computer.
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You're going to have to "initialize" or "format" the card in the camera. This will erase the card so you need to download the pictures from it to your computer first. I suggest you use a card reader similar to the one pictured here.
Drag pictures from kodak easyshare program to your "pictures" folder. You can also bypass the easy share program and go to "my computer" than find the drive that has your camera and open it. Now you drag drag these pictures to your "pictures" folder under my documents or wherever you store them
Try putting the card on your computer, and open up the file to see if the pictures are still there. Unfortunately, it is quite possible that you formated the card, thus causing the deletion of the pictures. If the pictures are still there on the computer, then copy them to your computer, then delete whatever is left on your card, reformat it on the camera, and then copy the pictures back from the computer to the memory card. If you have any questions, please contact me.
Did you transfer the pictures back and forth from the camera to computer before you noticed this? If you did that, you would be changing the format that the camera recognizes thus preventing you to review those pictures on your camera again. This is normal and does not affect the picture as long as you can view them on your computer.
There are cameras having dual memory, that is inbuilt and card memory. Suppose your pictures can be downloaded from the inbuilt memory.your card may have problems. You try to format the card using camera and then give another try.
You might try putting the pix on a rewritable cd, and then copying them from that drive onto the smartcard drive with your card inserted. Or just try copying directly from your computer file to the smartcard drive with your card inserted, essentially using the computer's hardware to do the job instead of the camera's software.