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Usb cable help!

Hello. When I hook up the usb cable to upload pictures from my camera to my computer, the camera shuts off and won't turn back on. Only when it is hooked up to the computer. Hope you can help! :)

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  • rosethorn Jun 09, 2008

    I have the same problem and I had just got it for my daughter for her birthday and cant upload and pictures..Then a thing at the bottom of the screen comes up and says the USB has malfunctioned and that the computer doesnt detect it so I have been looking to download a USB Driver hoping maybe that might solve the problem.

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It is normal behavior for the Kodak C613's screen to go off when connected to usb. With Kodak's usb driver installed, you should see two disk drives Appear in Windows Explorer. If not, please advise. The Easyshare software should recognize the camera as well.

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