Hardware incompatible camera

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  1. cet

    cet Registered Member

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    2 laser printers and mustek scanner are working after some work.But my camera Kodak easy share C 663 is listed in the incompatible hardware.So what,this means I am not able to use Kubuntu to transfer my pics from camera to PC.PC even does not recognize it as a usb disk,is there a way to do something?

    Now everything except this camera is working on my system.Web cam is working too.
     
  2. Beavenburt

    Beavenburt Registered Member

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    Use the camera's memory card if your pc has memory card slots. Failing that, has the camera got an option to be recognised as a storage device? I had problems with my missus' camera phone being recognised until I found that option.
     
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    I have a memory card in my camera.It is a good idea,but I do not have a card reader on my PC.If I did not have wind XP ,I would buy a flash card reader.
     
  4. linuxforall

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    Try putting the camera transfer mode to PTP, flash card readers are quite cheap and also conveient way to transfer.
     
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    Ocky Registered Member

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    I have a MediaGear keychain usb drive. I simply open the cover and insert my camera's memory card (xD type). Then just plug it in to a usb port and transfer.
    I think I paid less than US $ 10.
     
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