Computer will not recognize my digital camera

  cuscus 13:10 07 May 07

I bought myself a Kodak easyshare Z650 and just love it. My problem is that I cannot get my computer to recognize my camera in order to download my pictures. I've done it once and it took me like 2 days to finally get it done and I don't remember how I did it but today I connect my camera and it keeps looking for Z650 connection which does not exist. When I tried to make a connection through Control Panel, Scanners and Cameras it only gives me access to 3 camera numbers in the 200s and none in the Z numbers.

What can I do?

  thms 13:27 07 May 07

Have a look here

click here

  woodchip 13:38 07 May 07

Did you load the Drivers and Software Before plugging in the Camera???

  Kate B 14:08 07 May 07

Shouldn't it just plug in to a USB port and then show up as a removable drive under My Computer?

  woodchip 14:56 07 May 07

Not always

  cuscus 20:07 07 May 07

thms: I've been through that process already.
woodchip: yes I downloaded the software first.

I sent an email to Kodak and if we find what the problem is I'll let you know.

  Totally-braindead 20:10 07 May 07

You could try Picassa 2 and try importing the images from the camera and see if that works.
click here

  rdave13 20:22 07 May 07

May be it would be better to uninstall drivers/software then run a reg fix and reboot. Try and let windows use the plug and play feature.

  woodchip 20:29 07 May 07

Camera may also only be seen within the Software you installed. This depends on the Camera and Drivers

  bluto1 21:50 07 May 07

Rdave13 gave the clue. Uninstall everything you`ve installed for the camera, then check the installation notes you`ve got, follow the instructions and install anew. I bet you your camera is then recognised. `luck

  Migwell 00:25 08 May 07

Don't bother connecting a camera to a computer. Why not just use a card reader. It is soooo much easier. I NEVER connect my cameras directly to the computer or a TV.

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