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My Kodak C913 has black screen when on and connected to computer with usb cord. Computer beeps indicating it recognizes something coming in but no dialog box to upload photos. Camera screen stays black until cord unplugged from computer.

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Dear sir,
your first suspect should be your battery....kindly charge it for few hours and later on your player,also plz try connecting the device with some other alternate u.s.b cord,this may cause due to faulty contacts also....if you still face the same problem then this is the problem usually caused by virus and sometimes it might be software failure also, which causes some of the menu not tof unction,the only solution is to re install software from the nearest service centre of kodak,it also updates your player software version....

thank you.....take care................

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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IF SO, THEN ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS FOLLOW THESE SIMPLE STEPS :

1.)PLUG IN YOU USB CORD INTO THE LEFT SIDE OF CAMERA THE SMALLER END INTO THE CAMERA.
2.) PLUG THE LARGER END INTO THE COMPUTER ..THAT MAY EITHER BE THE BACK OF YOUR COMPUTER OR THE SIDE.

3.) ONCE YOUR PLUG IN WAIT FOR SOMETHING THAT MAY SAY DOWNLOAD PICS.
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4.) READ ALL OF THE INSTRUCTIONS ITS VERY SIMPLE. MAKE A FOLDER FOR YOUR PICS WITH YOUR NAME. DONT FORGET TO SAVE THEM AND YOUR GOOD TO GO.....LAST BUT NOT LEAST TURN YOUR CAMERA ON.

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