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Your computer must recognize your camera automatically,.
Go to control panel -- device manager and look if they are a device iht a yellow mark .
If have a yellow mark, select and rigt clik "uninstall"
Restart your PC
If don``t work
Try connect in another USB Port
Try connect in another computer
If don`t work, maybe the USB cable is failure
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Check the instructions manual, if not, when you plug the camara in, there should be a pop up and the bottom of youur screen saying, 'trying to install device' click on the and trouble shoot it. Thats all i can think of, hope this helps!
Hello. You need to probably reinstall the drivers. but first you have to remove the drivers that are all ready installed. first unplug your usb cord. then to remove the drivers allready installed,, on your computer, press start, then when the box open's up, then right click on computer. another box will open up. then left click at the bottom of that box on properties. another box will open up, then click on device manager. after you click on device manager another box will open up with all your devices. look for the previous camera you had installed. it might be under imaging devices. once you locate that, then right click on it. then choose uninstall. Make sure you have your new software loaded in your cd/dvd rom drive. after it is done uninstalling, just restart your computer. at the bottom right of your screen, it should say, found new device, it will ask you from where do you want to load the new drivers for it. click on the drive that contains the software. it then will load your new drivers up. It then should communicate with your camera. Hope this helps. Ron
Make sure the camera is on and pc is selected on the camera screen when connected to the computer. You will need to have PC highlighted and select ok on the camera as this starts the camera and computer to communicate. Once communication established the LCD screen of the camera goes dark and the computer should generate a removable disk drive. Check the System Tray (lower right corner beside the PC time) for Safely Remove Hardware. When you click on it, it should read "Safely Remove USB Mass Storage Device Drive ?:" If you dont see that, then check the Device Manager to see if the camera is recognized as USB Mass Storage Device. The camera uses the driver usbstor.
You are supposed to plug the USB in FIRST then turn on the camera, the lens IS NOT supposed to pop out while hooked up this way. Then you need to open the Kodak software. Kinda sucks and a PITA to use. My older Kodak (about 4 years) when plugged to the cable would be recognized as a removable hard drive just as a flash drive and it was obviously super simple to move the pictures to folders in your computer. Now so easy with this new camera, you have to open the Easy Share software, then it transfers them into a folder it makes up labels with the current date, within a folder on your hard drive. then you can move them in the main folder you wanted them in, then delete the one it made up. It won't, (or I haven't found how) transfer pics straight to an existing folder.
Screw that, my printer has multi-media card slots, I just pop the SD card from the printer and pop it in the media slot just like a flash drive.
I deleted all Kodak software from my computer, waste of time.
It is normal behavior for the Kodak C613's screen to go off when connected to usb. With Kodak's usb driver installed, you should see two disk drives Appear in Windows Explorer. If not, please advise. The Easyshare software should recognize the camera as well.
well this shouldnt happen cause if you hook a usb short cable to camera the comp should recognize your camera as a new storage device under the section my computer it should be the new drive letter all the cameras ive tested on my system always gave new drive letter
you just go into the drive there where new letter is and copy and paste photos to folder you shouldnt need software for that only if your editing photos
1) power on the camera and connect it to pc
2) if connection exsist press menu (1x) on camera , with multiselector press up once , followed by OK on camera ,
3) if all goes well your operating ssytem will recognize the pictures in the internal memory and you will have them on your pc
Yes, there is a way to "reset" the wizard so that it comes on again. But I forget how. Instead you can click on "my computer" and you will see your camera listed there, along with other drives like the C.
If you don't see it, then you need to probably turn the camera on, or there's a setting on your camera for transferring images.
If that doesn't help, plan B would be to purchase a card reader that hooks up to the 'puter that you'll have slipped in your cameras memory card.
You may get the wizard, or just go to "my computer" again & located the memory card there.