Question about Kodak EasyShare Z1015 IS Digital Camera
Check to see if your camera shows up in "my computer" (may just be called computer or the name of your computer depending on version of Windows and your settings). If it doesn't show up and you have a card reader, remove the memory card and put it in the appropriate port.
Once the card / camera is inserted Windows should recognize it and you should be able to open it in my computer. Pictures are generally in a folder called DCIM, but it can vary by model, so you may need to search around a bit to find them.
To move them to your computer, open a new window to the folder where you want the pictures and drag the pictures you want from the memory card or camera to that folder.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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