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Connecting Kodak V610 to my PC

I have just bought a Kdak V610 and I am not able to connect it to my PC (Window XP). I have downloaded the Kodak Easy Share software that was there in the package but when I am connecting the camera from the comp it smees that its not reading the camera. I have another Canon camera which easilyconnects to my PC, so it doesn't look like that my PC has an issue. Could you please help me resolve the issue.

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  • Anonymous May 25, 2008

    im also having problems connecting my v610 to my computer

    i can connect my phone to the pc and my phone ot the camera and my computer can see the camera but i cant pair with it

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The issue is the Kodak software remove it- put the disk in the box and forget about it Let Windows do the work.

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