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Cannot transfer photos onto computer

I cannot transfer fotos onto the computer.everytime the camera is connected to the computer a warning message appears saying,'cannot get device information' HEEEEEELP!!

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  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2008

    how exactly do i make it work to transer my pictures?!?!

    i have the same problem (with a different Kodak camera; but i have the same one as hers as well).

    I plugged in my usb conectd to my camera before installing the new software (that i thought was already the same b/c my last camera was kodak)

    and after i uploaded the software with no problem i got th same "cannot support device info"etc.

    THANX!

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Check out the USB controller in My computer/Control panel/system/Device manager Is there a yellow mark against external memory? Remove the camera software and then let Windows try to find the camera.

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