I Borrowed My Girlfriends Camera And She Said She Broke It A Couple Of weeks Ago And When I Use It It Worked Fine. But Then It Started To Act Up And Now I Got It To Work And I Was Wondering If You Think I Should Put The Caps Lens Back On Cause I Found That Was The Problem And Now I Need To Know If It Needs Fixed And If It'll Break Again
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The easiest and most foolproof solution is to use an external memory card reader. This will also give you faster data transfers and frees you from the need to use the manufacturers own somewhat clunky software.
Seems that the control board is faulty if you are quite sure that the batteries are fully charges and giving good contact.
Remove off battery for some time and reset the battery , hold down power and see if there is any signs of life.
If not the camera be referred to Kodak with a plea for consideration..you might get an advantage.
Easy fix. Uninstall the existing Kodak Easyshare software. Reboot your computer and reinstall it again. This should reboot your computers memory of the camera and take it as a 'new' external device.
Hope it helps!