Question about Kodak EasyShare M1033 Digital Camera
There are two ways to do this.
a) With a USB cable. It should've come with your camera. If you've lost it, you can buy one online or in store. They're very cheap online http://www.buy.com/prod/new-usb-cable-for-kodak-u-8-u8-easyshare-m1033-m1063-m1073-is-m893is/q/sellerid/15743316/loc/33409/215199684.html
All you have to do is turn the camera and PC on and connect the cable. You will be prompted to "Import your Pictures". If that doesn't show up, you can simply go to My Computer and look for the Removable Hard Disk that just appeared.
b) With a USB card reader. I prefer this option as I don't have to leave the camera on and plugged in (saves battery and safer, no cable to snag). These go very cheap online also. A few dollars. You just insert your memory card into the USB card reader and plug that into your PC's USB port. Then go to My Computer and access the Removable Hard Disk.
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