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My Kodak ease share program (software) will not burn pictures on a CD disc. It says there is an error in the burn program. Please advise.

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Apparently the CD-RWs were not good. 3 out of 5 were not good! Interesting.
Anyway I bought new CD-RWs and got my pictures burned.

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Over 700 pictures that were in my Kodak Easy Share program just disappeared one day. If I did something to make that happen, I can't imagine what it was. Mary Robinson


Your pictures may still be there. Maybe the Kodak easy share software just doesn't know how to find them. Try following these instructions to see if your pictures are safe.
  1. Double-click on My Computer
  2. Double-click on Local Disk (C:)
  3. Double-click on Documents and Settings
  4. Find your windows account name. This is the same name that should appear when you click on the start menu, and look for a name at the very top. Now double click on your account name.
  5. Double-click on My Documents
  6. Double-click on My Pictures
  7. You should see a folder in here called Kodak Pictures. Open it up, and drill down until you see some pictures. If you still see them, then it's as simple as remapping the Kodak Software to find them. If not, they could have been deleted or moved to another location.
Comment back on your progress, and i'll see if I can help you more.
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Transfer folder(s) of pictures from my Kodak EasyShare program to 'My Pictures'on my computer. having problem with 'Burn cd/dvd' application on EasyShare software.


you're not trying to burn the pictures to your 'MyPictures' thing.

close that and go get the EasyShare disc, your EasyShare Kodak camera (i hope) and your transfer cord

Plug your transfer cable into the camera from the small end, and the large end into the USB port of your computer. This allows the computer to recognize the camera and begin building adapters for it.

Insert the disk for the Kodak Easy Share program into your disk drive. Go to your "Start" button and hit "Run." This will bring up a window allowing you to choose the letter of your disk drive to find the file to run. Your computer may have Autorun, so it is possible you do not have to follow this step. If you do not have Autorun, click on the letter of your drive and choose the "Easyshare.exe" file when it populates. Then hit "Run" on the bottom of the window to continue.

Click on "Next" on your Install Wizard when it begins. This sets up the program to be used if you do not already have it on your computer. Click "Next" on all following boxes, as this gives you the basic set up and files needed to run the program.

Wait for the program to begin. Once it has populated the window with a gray Kodak Easy Share block at the top of the window, you are ready to begin. Click on "Add Pictures" on the top left corner of the window. A new window will generate. Go down to the last half of the window on the left and click on the Kodak Easy Share file. This is where your pictures are being taken directly from your camera, which is the drive or USB port it is connected to.

Choose on the next box the folder you wish to save your pictures under. You can opt to leave it in the Easy Share folder, or to rename the folder for the type of pictures you are uploading. If you have wedding pictures, you could right click on the folder and hit "Rename." Then type in "Wedding Pictures" and click anywhere on the screen. This will save your folder name.

Delete the pictures from the camera after they upload is an option you can choose to click on if you want your camera erased when the pictures are done. If you want this, click the box next to the "Delete From Camera" option under the folder name area. When you are ready to upload, click "Done" in the bottom left corner of the window. Now you have uploaded your pictures to your computer and cleared your camera.

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I have a c613 easy share camera the software did work ,but quit working ,says i have to up grade catolg.i hit up grade ,says i have a problem,i complety erased,reloded it stil says the same and wont work


  1. Right-click the Kodak icon on the taskbar.
  2. Select Shut Down KODAK EASYSHARE Software.
  3. Double-click the My Computer icon.
  4. Select C: > Program Files > Kodak > KODAK EASYSHARE Software.
  5. Right-click the Catalog folder, select Rename, and change the folder name to CatalogOld.
  6. Start EASYSHARE Software.
  7. When you see the prompt to "Add images to collection," select the pictures you want to add.
  8. Restart your computer.
  9. If the error condition persists, visit the Downloads and Software Upgrades Web page at www.kodak.com/go/downloads and install the latest version of EASYSHARE Software.

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