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Can't download my pix to my computer

I need driver for cx7330. I'm running OS 9.1. The software that came with the camera won't load a driver and Kodak site NO LONGER SUPPORTS IT. Help? I drag and drop folder from the disk that came with the camera - it loads - then gives me a window saying "Software needed for the USB device Kodak Easyshare cx7330 Zoom Digital Camera is not available. Would you like to look for software on the internet?" I click yes -and it doesn't find any. Kodak had it on their site last year then removed it.

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Monkey1,

As this is an old post, do you still require help?

Have you contacted Kodak tech support?

Apart from the Kodak software to connect the camera, you could use a USB card reader.

Take the memory card from your camera and put in the card reader.... it transfers MUCH faster than directly from the camera too.

Posted on Dec 28, 2007

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Hi,
Thank you for your interest in Digital Blue. Please unplug the camera from your computer and follow the steps below.
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