Hi, Try uninstalling the Kodak program and reinstalling it. Use 'control panel' then add/remove programs to uninstall. Better yet, forget the Kodak program and download Google Picasa (free). Do a Google search using Picasa to find the download link. Good luck!
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Rebuilding the catalog might solve your issues.
If your on Windows XP
Shut down Kodak Easyshare SW, also shut it down from the system tray near the clock.
Go to C: then Program, Kodak, Kodak Easyshare Software, the Bin Folder, rename the catalog folder and change it to OldCatalog.
Then on same window click on search on the top of your screen and type on the search box ESBK, once you found it, delete the two icons that says ESBK.mb and ESBK.mbb.
Then relaunch the easyshare software then try to transfer again those pictures.
Could be time for a new camera
But check out Kodak Support first.
It has been said that cameras in a certain price band[any make/model] are to be considered as disposable -like toasters and kettles I guess.