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Since May 15/08 I cannot upload photos from Kodak Easyshare to The Kodak Gallery. Normally I could add the photos to the picture tray and press Express Upload and the pictures would become an album in The Kodak Gallery. I keep getting this message: "The Gallery service is currently unavailable. Please try again later". When I contacted a tech a few weeks ago I was told to disable my firewall, etc. and try ..... didn't work! I have a lot of pictures that I want to create albums for in The Kodak Gallery and I can't do it. PLEASE HELP! I'm getting very frustrated!

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  • charob Jul 01, 2008

    I have a friend who was having uploading photos also and her daughter came and somehow got her problem solved. So, I think I'll just keep trying on my own. Thanks for your reply though. I'm declining the Premium Assistance plan.............

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Could you please describe the exact problem, and the type of file you are attempting to upload? Are there NO sites that you have been able to upload to? It is likely that the sites have specific formats and/or size restrictions, so I would suggest checking their rules first, to be sure that your files are in compliance. Also, they likely require you to join or establish an "account" of some sort, and so it would be wise to make sure these are in order.

At any rate, we can be of more assistance if you will give an example or two of exactly what is happening when you try to upload. Thanks for posting back if you still have an issue, or if not for rating FixYa!

Posted on May 04, 2008

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The problem is the Files are in the wrong format. Although Im not an Easy Share User, I believe the File Format is .JPE, Where the Normal File Extensions (That your Website would handle) Is .jpg or .bmp. You would need to convert this file. If you have PhotoShop or another Photo Editing Software, This will do the Trick, Also There are also Converter Programs, But I wouldnt Trust them unless your Certain they are reliable.
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Have you loaded latest Kodak Easyshrae Software onto System or camera's latest system
Also try taking out sd card and opening them that way

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I've just found a fix for this problem after fighting it myself for a week. Don't use the transfer window that Easyshare gives you when you connect your camera (or which is also available under the tools/cameras/viewers dropdown menu).

Cancel this window if it comes up. Then select "add pictures" from the file dropdown menu (as if you were going to add pictures from your hard-drive to the easyshare gallery). The camera will appear in the folder list. Open the m1063 folder, select the pictures you want (or select all) then click the "add pictures" button.

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