How to Troubleshoot a Kodak Easyshare


Kodak manufactures a line of digital cameras known as Kodak Easyshare cameras. Features of Kodak Easyshare cameras include compatibility with Easyshare software, printer dock functionality and one-touch printing. Some models from the Kodak Easyshare line include the C875, C613, CD1013, DX7630 and M1093. You can perform some basic troubleshooting methods on these cameras to fix common issues. However, for more specific instructions refer to your owner's manual.

Things You'll Need

  • Kodak Easyshare camera
  • Kodak Easyshare software
  • New batteries
  • Lint-free cloth
  • Install the latest Kodak Easyshare software and driver updates from the Kodak website. This can solve communication issues that may arise between your camera and the computer.

  • Check the battery for your Kodak Easyshare digital camera if the device won't turn on. Install a new battery or charge the existing battery if the camera uses a rechargeable type.

  • Try using a different mode or changing the flash setting if the picture quality is poor. Most Kodak Easyshare cameras have modes that optimize for action shots, low lighting, portraits and landscape pictures.

  • Format the SD card if the camera does not recognize the memory card. You can format the card for free by downloading the program available through the SD Card Association website.

  • Transfer your pictures to your computer if they are corrupted or your screen is black while in review mode. To do this, open up the Easyshare software and connect your camera to the computer using the included USB cable. You may not be able to take any more pictures until you retrieve the ones from the memory card of your Kodak Easyshare camera.

  • Clean the lens with a dry, lint-free cloth. If the picture is not clear, there may be smudges on the lens.


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