Save/Access photos on D: (Kodak Easy Share)

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Old 01-20-06, 10:07 AM
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Save/Access photos on D: (Kodak Easy Share)

Hi, I have partitioned my hard drive (C and D drive). I recently reformated C: and loaded Windows 2000 OS. I have downloaded all MS Windows critical updates for Windows 2000. I saved all my Kodak picture files on the D: and would like to be able to access them while using the easy share program. However, the easy share program does not find the files and I can't figure out how to browse the D: via the easy share program. Also, I tried to download pictures from my Kodak 6440 using the "transfer and select" option in an attempt to store the .JPG pictures in a "Kodak Pictures" folder I created on the D:. I typed in the location on the D drive where my other kodak picture files are, and downloaded the pitures from the camera. The program indicates the pictures were downloaded, but I can't locate them anywhere (C or D drive) using the MS Windows "Explore" function. Can anyone please provide some assistance on how I can store and access pictures on the D: via the Kodak Easy Share software? Note: I loaded the Kodak software from thier website two days ago, thus I expect it is the most recent version.? Thanks for any help you can provide!
 
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Old 01-20-06, 09:08 PM
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This is a question for the computer forum. It has nothing to do with pics and everything to do with the file system on the D: partition and the timing of it all.

Pose this question there and provide more info on the upgrade:
what was the OS before W2K?, was it already partitioned or you did that as part of the OS install? What file system did you select?
Can you access anything on the D: drive - other files such as a word doc?
 
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Old 01-21-06, 05:06 AM
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searay1,

Bob is right.
Your question is best answered by our computer experts and have copied your post there.
 
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Old 01-21-06, 12:50 PM
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Okay, thanks guys. I've been playing with the kodak software and I figured out how to set it up so I can transfer and access the photos on the D drive.
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Searay
 
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