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Transferring pictures I have the Kodak easyshare C875, I plugged the usb cable into the camera and into the computer and when the device manager tries to install it, its says that it failed and to consult with my device manufacture for assistance getting this device installed.

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  • mistavis Aug 18, 2008

    I can't transfer the pics from my camera. the computer doesn't even recognizes the camera is connected.

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I have the same problem, that it's not recognized. I am looking into seeing if it's the new service pack from windows. Or the crappy usb cord, mine is too tight.

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To transfer Pictures to PC only connect to PC using USB Cable.
If don`t work try the following
1.- Go to control panel -- Device manager
check if they are a yellow mark near the device
if have a yellow mark, select -- right click --Uninstall

2.- restart your PC and check if work
If trouble continue
1.- Try connect to other USB port
2.- Connect to another PC
3.- Try with other cable
You can buy USB Cable on
http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-Cable-U-8-Kodak-Easyshare-C310-C330-C340-C360-/140526859630?pt=Camera_Cables_Cords&hash=item20b80db56e

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Turn off the camera.
2 Plug the labeled end of the USB cable into the USB port on your computer.
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4 Turn on the camera.
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