Australian Probe Member
Join Date: Jul 2001
Location: Sydney, Australia
Hey, I just gone through this with my Pentax 330GS & got it working last weekend.
My Windows ME home PC seems to take a long time to identify camera but try these steps they eventually worked for me:
* with the camera connected to the PC via the USB port/cable, turn the camera ON,
* if Windows fails to recognise the camera, go to start, settings, control panel & add/remove hardware,
* follow the prompts to automatically detect hardware, if this fails Windows should ask you to specify a hardware type, have the system treat the camera as a removable storage device (this appears to be the main trick!)
* hardware settings should update & an extra disk drive added to your system
NB. I think its a good idea to have the optional AC power option for you camera, as your camera may not be powered via the USB cable (mine isn't) & you can flatten the camera batteries.
Perhaps the Kodak 'Docking' option works differently?
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