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Kodak C93 EasyShare. When using the USB method to transfer photos, only some of them will transfer. Then I have to go back in and try to figure out which ones didn't make it and transfer them in separately. For example, this morning, I tried to transfer 80 pictures to my computer. Only 29 went through. All messages said that they had been transferred, but when I went into that folder... only 29 of them were there. It does this every single time. I'm an eBay seller, and I don't have the time to re-transfer photos, much less go through each one and try and figure out which didn't transfer. If I just do a complete transfer again, then I end up with duplicates, which is also time consuming when I go in to edit them for my listings. I've had the camera for a couple of years now, and I can't remember just when this started, but it's been going on for several months. It's not so bad when it's only off by 10 pictures or so.. . but today, it's off by over 50. And that's a lot of my time. Thank you!

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  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2011

    Actually, that's what I started doing about two months ago, and it does the same thing. The first couple of times, it worked perfect, then it started limping through and picking out only one or two to transfer when I selected ten, or only ten when I selected sixty or similar. My tower has a card reader built into it, so I can't blame a USB or other connection anymore. I suppose it may just be the card at this point...

    Thanks for your answer!

  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2011

    I'm using Kodak's EasyShare, and I had never had a problem with it before with my previous EasyShare camera. And this camera worked all right with it at first as well.

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Try NOT connecting your camera to your computer.

The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.

Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program.

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  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2011

    Actually, that's what I started doing about two months ago, and it does the same thing. The first couple of times, it worked perfect, then it started limping through and picking out only one or two to transfer when I selected ten, or only ten when I selected sixty or similar. My tower has a card reader built into it, so I can't blame a USB or other connection anymore. I suppose it may just be the card at this point...

  • kakima Apr 13, 2011

    What program(s) are you using for the transfer?

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There are basically three methods of looking at & copying photos from your camera to your PC.
1. Often, and Kodak certainly do, the camera manufacturer will bundle software with the camera, to ease the transfer of photos. Kodak Easyshare is certainly one of those. I would suggest that you use the CD that came with the camera to re-install the software exactly as you did when you first got the camera. If this does not give you back the transfer yo want you could try these methods.
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