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Internal memory is full. How do I get the pictures from the camera to my MacBook Pro computer?

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  • patrjogarric Apr 05, 2011

    It didn't work. I downloaded the Kodak Easyshare software, connected the camera, and nothing launched. There are probably hundreds of pictures on my camera. (My adult kids gave me this as a gift several years ago, and I never understood how to transfer the pictures to my computer.)

    What am I doing wrong?

    JG

  • patrjogarric Apr 06, 2011

    I never was able to get the pictures, even after restarting the computer. Maybe I explained the problem inaccurately. The pictures seem to be stuck on the camera's hard drive. I can't get at them.

    Are the pictures lost forever?

    JG

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You can just use a Software such as Iphoto and import pictures from the camera, That would be the easiest way to do it.

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    eagle338 Apr 06, 2011

    I would not be too sure of that. There's onlyone way to find out. Do you have a windows computer or a friend who has one? In windows when you connect the camera to the computer the camera will show up as a removable drive. All you need to do is to copy the pictures from there and paste it. My point is see if you can find the pictures there so that we can actually know whether the camera's internal memory is corrupt and needs to be formatted.

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Hello!

To copy/transfer the photos from your camera to your Mac, you have to have the Kodak EasyShare software installed. You can install it from the CD that came with the camera, or download and install it (latest version!) from here...

When you have the software installed, connect the camera to the computer using the supplied USB cable. Turn the camera off; connect the cable to the camera and to a free USB port on your Mac; turn the camera on. The software will lunch automatically and will guide you through the copying/transferring process!

For more information, please refer to the User's guide. Chapter 5 deals with transferring photos...

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Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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    Ran Kedar Apr 05, 2011

    Have you restarted the computer after installing the software?
    What if you launch the software manually? Doesn't it work as well??

    Regards,
    Pelu.

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