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Please HELP! Crashes, Blue screen,KODAK?


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I think my Kodak Eashyshare software or camera are giving me problems. I thought it was the software, because I can usually upload to Irfanview, but by reading this crash report, I thought maybe its the camera. But I know you guys are so smart with computers, I know that someone will understand this. I'm going to put links to the blue screen (I took pics) and I'm going to copy and paste the crash report. When it says its dumping memory, am I losing memory for good? I know NOTHING about that stuff. THANKs SO MUCH.

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