I have not gotten it fixed, but I certainly do not to pay to have help as I believe this is an Easyshare problem and they should tell me for free what is wrong with the program. It did not do this in the past so it is something new!!
I do not know how your web site came up as I have always gotten right to Kodak before when things have gone awry.
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For Mac, use iPhoto, or if you are more experienced with digital photography, try Aperture.
For Windows, you can use Picasa or digiKAM.
**Picasa and digiKAM will also work for Mac, but iPhoto and Aperture will not work for PC.
"iPhoto makes managing your photos as easy as taking them. It helps you
organize your photos so you can find them fast. Edit them so they look
their best. And share them with your friends and family."
"You've taken a great shot. Now you're ready to make it even better.
Aperture 3 gives you all the tools you need to turn your photography
into so much more."
"Picasa is a software download from Google, that helps you organize,
edit, and share your photos. The local application usage and the online
storage up to 1 GB is free, and it is easy to use. The online version is
called Picasa Web Albums."
"digiKam is an advanced digital photo management application for
linux/KDE, which makes importing and organizing digital photos a "snap".
The photos are organized in albums which can be sorted chronologically,
by folder layout or by custom collections."
Yes, they can be recovered if you take care. Also if you want to maximize chances of Kodak camera files recovery, the first thing you should do is immediately stop taking more photos or videos (with your current digital camera) in case partial files are overwritten.
Then connect the camera (memory card) to a PC or Mac which has install a data recovery tool, check this site Digital Camera Photo Recovery for a list of good and tested recovery software.
Problem Description: Pictures from an easy share album deleted by mistake. It?ll be fine. All your original pictures are on the C drive. Unless you have changed the directory onto which you save when transferring: You can find the pictures under C-Drive, my pictures. When successful please give me the feedback as a rating or recommendation. Thank You
You need to rebuild the picture catalog. Pls. follow the steps below to perform the task:
Right-click the Kodak EasyShare software icon on your desktop, then select Properties.
Select the Compatibility tab.
Clear the check box for "Run this program in compatibility mode for" then clear all the check boxes under Display Settings.
Right-click the Kodak icon in the system tray, then select Shut Down Kodak EasyShare software.
Go to C:\Program Files\Kodak\Kodak EasyShare software\bin.
Right-click the Catalog folder, then select Rename.
Change the folder name to OldCatalog1, then close the window. Note: If you cannot rename the folder, go to Part B.
Select Start > Run.
Type %temp% in the Run dialog box, then click OK.
Open the_Retain folder (if there is one).
Double-click the bin folder.
Right-click the Catalog folder, then select Rename.
Change the folder name to OldCatalog2, then close the window.
Delete the backup catalog files ESBK.mb and ESBK.mbb: a. Select Start > Search > All files and folders. b. Type ESBK in the All or part of the file name box, then click Search. c. Delete the two files found (ESBK.mb and ESBK.mbb). e. Click Yes to send to the Recycle Bin. f. Close the Search Results window.
Delete the EasyShare.mc file. a. Select Start > Search > All files and folders. b. In the All or part of the file name box, type EasyShare.m c. Delete any .mc files found.
If you are using Windows XP unplug your camera from your PC and uninstall the Kodak software. You don't need it to transfer photos to your PC. The next time you connect your camera (turn the camera on) to your computer it should recognize it and you can use Windows built in transfer software. Details are here:http://www.organizepictures.com/2006/11/5-easy-steps-to-transfer-your-pictures-using-windows-xp-photo-wizard
So the pics are still on the computer and you want them off? Right click one of the pictures and check its properties. You should see where the picture is on the hard drive, ie. C:/programs/kodak/2006/birthday/009.jpg. Navigate to this directory and delete entire directory behind kodak. You may have the originals in one folder and the "fixed" photos in another. Picasa does this too. You can use XP and search for all pictures and look for the directories this way too, right click the pics and choose "open directory" or something like that and you should be able to see that directory, delete in same fashion.