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I cannot seem to delete my photos from my collection. They stay with jagged lines through them and are a grey square

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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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