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Kodak easyshare camera not transfering photos

My kodak easyshare camera will not transfer my photos to the computer. Everything is plugged in and the camera is blinking but nothing is happening. Please help. I checked the connections, they are fine.
Carole

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  • sooke Nov 05, 2007

    Camera is not recognized by the computer. USB port is enabled and working (I can download from my Fujifilm camera through the same USB port). I have uninstalled and installed the driver many times. I have followed Kodak's 6 page procedure for checking USB port configuration, conflict identification, etc. . I get the following message on the USB conflict- "Windows can't load the device driver because a previous instance of the device driver is still in memory - code 38".

    Gary

  • tocfarm Dec 12, 2007

    This solution would have been helpful if I had recieved it sooner. I sent this in on Nov. 1st and it is now Dec. 11th, thus I have already found the solution. You were correct but hardly any help since it took so long for you to respond.

    Carole

  • shuz Dec 17, 2007

    my kodak Z612 woked one day then the next it didn't! it plugged in via usb, no other device is plugged into usb. it works on my dads pc using the same usb cable, but not mine. the computer says ' no device connected' when it is. ive uninstalled and reinstalled software, nothing has worked, HELP.

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2007

    need simple instructions to transfer pictures from c713 to my pc

  • tech212008 Jan 21, 2008

    I was able to connect my KODAK M753 camera to my computer, turn it on and have my computer recognize the camera as a drive. Which allowed me to copy, cut and or paste my pictures off or on my memory card. since formatting my computer. I attach my camera to the same computer, and now, it sees it as a camera/scanner, and now only allows me to copy and paste pictures from the card. i loaded the software for the drivers, but it did not help. my computer doesn't recognize the device. how do i get it back to the way it was, is there a driver that i can install that will allow me to copy and cut and paste, as if it was a drive?

  • SEBASTIAAN Feb 04, 2008

    C530 camera I cannot trasfer pictures anymore although I follow the right procedure which worked before. Selection seems to be OK; the camera light is blinking but a few seconds after the transfer the event log appears that no picture has been copied to the PC. What should I do?

  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2008

    I don't know how to download pictures from m753 kodak camer to my computer

  • abby K Mar 04, 2008

    when i plug it in and try to get my picture it said cannot get device information

  • Sunbunny May 14, 2008

    I have my Sony cyber-shot connected to my computer and the easy share comes up but says there are no pictures to transfer but I know and the camera tells me the memory card is full.

  • Anonymous May 28, 2008

    i have a kodak easy share digital dx7440 hooked up to my computer , i turned on the camera and the monitor screen said digital camera transferring.



    but...nothing happens!!!!!!!



    this is the same procedure that worked before, why not now ?

    [email protected]

  • kesia May 29, 2008

    my camera is hooked up to everything just find, and its starts to upload then stops and tell me theres an error with the camera plug.

  • trickchris Jul 02, 2008

    i am trying to transfer pictures from my camera to my computer using the computer cable. does not work for me. is there a certain setting i should have the camera on whenever i plug it into the computer?

  • gindosg Jul 10, 2008

    My kodak easyshare camera will not transfer my photos to the computer. Everything is plugged in and the camera is blinking but nothing is happening. Please help. I checked the connections, they are fine.
    Ahmed

  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

    My Kodak C360 will not transfer pics even though I have successfully load the software. It says the device is not connected.

  • mookie_babie Aug 08, 2008

    cannot transfer pictures onto my PC

  • goonagain Aug 20, 2008

    'cannot set the device information' shown when trying to transfer from camera CV7525. have previously transferred successfully

  • bl61 Aug 25, 2008

    I try to restore by reinstalling with the kodak disk and restore everything i could possibly do . I can not get the computer to recognize the camera and pictures like it just did less than a month ago. please help

  • brooklee Sep 19, 2008

    help! i cant download my pictures onto my computer and i have a kodak chip.

  • Lpeters Sep 22, 2008

    I have the same problem, but removing the software did not help- my Kodak EasyShare does not appear to be communicating with my Mac. Nothing is showing up on my desk top, and the camera just blinks...

  • Beau Graham1 Oct 25, 2008

    My camera chip is into my computer, but it dont read the chip. I dont know what the problem is but i need it fixed

  • Anonymous Dec 10, 2008

    i have the same problem :(...its so frusterating



  • robcrew Dec 26, 2008

    easy share does not import photos onto mac computer

  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    I cant trasfer pics from my kodak to my computer

  • Anonymous Mar 04, 2009

    cant trasfer pics from my kodak to my computer

  • francois_514
    francois_514 Oct 20, 2012

    Thanks so much for advice about disconnecting other devices. Once I unplugged my scanner, voila, the Kodak camera then was recognised.

  • Anonymous Mar 16, 2014

    software to upload photos from Kodak EasyShare camera

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    Kodak Easyshare program is not on my windows 7 pc

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Plugged camera into computer as usual, but nothing happens

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My kodak easyshare camera will not transfer my photos to the computer. Everything is plugged in and the camera is blinking but nothing is happening. Please help. I checked the connections, they are fine.

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Every time when I try to transfer new photos from Kodak Easy Share to my computer,some of the photos will not get transfer at all. What do I need to do? Please help! I hope I will not have to wait for responds for too long. Thank you!

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I cannot transfer pictures to my computer. Please help

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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I have a kodak camera model m753 just bought a new computer with visa can not transfer pictures into pisa program any help would be appreciate.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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Well the solution helped me so i'm glad it was posted thanks

Posted on May 02, 2008

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Had the same problem with my kodak m753. I deleted the kodak software by going to start>setting>control panel>Add/Remove>Kodak Easyshare software. When complete go to www.kodak.com/go/clear. and follow the instructions. When you restart your program do-not reload this Kodak software ( there seems to be a problem with it that they have not fixed). If your camera worked before then it will work in the usb port this time. If you need a program for sorting and keeping track of your pic's I suggest Picasa2 or Adobe file share ( do a google to find them) Both are free and excellent They will recognize your camera and you will be able get the pic's you what from your camera.

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

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This happens when you have another device on the USB (such as a multi-function printer, scanner, etc) that loads the USBSCAN.SYS file. It is not a mutex driver so it can't load at the same time.

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