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nk2006

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Hello, I have a three year old Kodak digital camera. Recently when I attach the camera to the computer with the USB cable the computer fails to recognize the camera as attached. So I disbled the USB and tried to enable it. Now the computer can not found the driver nor can I find it on the internet. I don't know the maker of the USB port and I can find no information on the Kodak website that helps. Please any help???
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I would suggest a system restore

runbox command
- press the buttons: winkey + r button
- paste this to slot: %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe
- press: enter
- choose a date prior to the problem

also, once you have your USB port driver back, what does the kodak site offer in the way of drivers for your camera, was there a cd that came with the camera when you bought it

Edited by fleamailman, 15 November 2006 - 07:00 PM.

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I would suggest a system restore

runbox command
- press the buttons: winkey + r button
- paste this to slot: %systemroot%\system32\restore\rstrui.exe
- press: enter
- choose a date prior to the problem


NO! DON'T DO THIS! Really! You don't have to, I worked through this before.
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WHat else can you reccomend?
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OK, another idea
- download everest old edition
- install
- it will tell you what motherboard you are using
(normally it actually links you to the site)
- download driver from site
here is the link

everest old free verson
http://www.oldversio...p?n=everesthome
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Okay I did that and it still cannot find the driver for the USB port. What am I missing?
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what did everest tell you that your motherboard was, also at this it woulld help to know if it is XP, I take it it is a desktop, and about how old is it
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It says this for the Motherboard Field
Value Motherboard Name Chaintech 9EJL1 APOGEE
It is XP and it is about 4 years old
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Ok, I am not sure that the below in is it, so in everest, what does it give you about the USB driver which is marked in blue(black being driver found) if you double click the blue entry it should take you to the right site for the driver

http://www.driversto...-500/index.html
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Tried it do I need to restart?
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restart from what point are you at now, did you find out about you usb from the program, when you clicked it while connected to the internet, did it take you to the driver site and download

Edited by fleamailman, 18 November 2006 - 11:01 AM.

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