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By destiny_chang ·
I have a Kodak EZ200 installed and I had no problems with it for weeks and then I went out and took a few photos and when I connected it to my computer, and pressed the shutter, when the program opens it comes up with the error message: General failure in respond to MSG_ENABLEDS. Low memory condition encountered, free up some memory and try again. Well I have uninstalled programs, so I have over half my hard drive free. Reinstalled my camera..and still it comes up with the same problem. My camera has been rendered useless as I cant get my pictures!!

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by ruffled In reply to USB Camera problems

it is not diskspace it is looking for it is system memory. try uninstalling the software and before reinstall your cam software do a scandisk and defrag then reinstall try that to start and letme know it it works if not i have a few aces on my cuff so if you need to know how to uninstall, defrag, scandisk, let me know and i will inform you :) thanks

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by destiny_chang In reply to USB Camera problems

I uninstalled all the programs with the kodak camera (used a regcleaner to delete all associated files) thoroughly scanned and defragged and even when I reinstalled all the software I got the same error *sighs*

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by ruffled In reply to USB Camera problems

ok i am working on a few things try this first:
Open Control Panel.

Open the Scanners and Cameras icon.

Highlight the EZ200 Digital Camera and remove it.

Close Scanners and Cameras, and close Control Panel.

Disconnect the cable from the camera and reconnect it.
The computer detects new hardware and installs the software for it.
Once the driver is loaded, press the shutter button alll the way down.
A dialog window appears listing the imaging applications on the computer that are compatible with the EZ200 Software.
let me me know if it help:)if not lets try again

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by destiny_chang In reply to USB Camera problems

Thank you...it works works now...I cant belive it was that easy!

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by ruffled In reply to USB Camera problems

#2 try this

1. Click "Start" > "Programs" > "Kodak" (Or Kodak Digital Science) Folder and locate the camera software folder.
2. Locate the uninstall wizard inside the camera software folder. Left Click on it. NOTE: If there is not an uninstall wizard, navigate to the Control Panel, double click the Add/Remove Programs icon, locate and highlight the software in question and click the Add/Remove button.
3. Answer "YES", you wish to completely remove it from your computer.
4. Answer "NO", to any and all shared file prompts. A message may appear that states there is a shared file, choose NO. NOTE: You will receive a message stating the program was successfully removed.
5. Click "Start" and select Shut Down, then choose to Restart the computer.
6. When the computer has finish reboot Click "Start" > "Find" or Search\Files and Folders.
7. Search for files for folders named: *.tmp
8. Choose Drive C from the drop down menu from the "Look In field"
9. Click "Find" or "Search Now"
10. Once your computer has located all of your .tmp files go to EDIT and select "Select All"
11. Go to FILE and select "Delete"
12. Answer YES you wish to send these files to your Recycle Bin
13. Now close that window and double-click your Recycle Bin
14. From the FILE menu choose empty Recycle Bin
15. Follow the procedure that matches your Operating System Version.
16. If you are running WINDOWS 95:
a. On your keyboard, hold down the Control button and the Alt button then Tap the Delete button ONCE. A "Close Program" screen will appear.
b. Highlight a program in that list OTHER THAN EXPLORER OR SYSTRAY and click the End Task button at the bottom.
c. The window will disappear.
d. Repeat the 3 steps above until all that remain are EXPLORER and SYSTRAY.

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17. If you are running WINDOWS 98/98SE/ME:
a. Click "Start" > "Run" and type "msconfig" in the "Open" field and click "OK". The System Configuration Utility will appear.
b. On the GENERAL Tab, select "Selective Startup" and uncheck "Load startup group items".
c. Click "Apply", then "OK".
d. Choose yes to restarting the computer.
18. If you are running WINDOWS NT/2000:
a. Turn off any anti-virus software that is currently running.
b. Close down any programs that are currently running.
19. Now insert your Kodak CDROM and Choose the language you wish to use and follow the on-screen prompts.
NOTE: If during the installation you get a message saying "A file being copied is older that the one on your computer..." choose YES to keep yourfile.
20. When the installation is complete you may be presented the option to reboot the computer. Choose, "No I will restart later and exit the Installer".
21. If you are running WINDOWS 95/NT/2000:
a. Click the "Start" Button and select "Shut Down", then choose "Restart your computer".
22. If you are running WINDOWS 98/98SE/ME:
a. Click "Start" > "Run" and type "msconfig" in the "Open" field and click "OK". The System Configuration Utility will appear.
b. On the General Tab, select "Normal startup".
c. Click "Apply", then "OK".
d. Choose Yes to restart the computer.
Your software will now be properly (cleanly) installed.

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by ruffled In reply to USB Camera problems

what operating system are you running?? is your soft ware outdated? try here
http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/software/ez200/new/ez200Software.jhtml

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