How do I plug my Kodak easy share camera into my HP vision pavilion? I've done it before but can't remember how.?
That might not be your camera but it can help. You can try the site for a manual for your camera.
USB port? It can be hidden under a rubber cover, a plastic door, or in plain view at the bottom of the camera. Usually, it's marked by the letters USB. If your intention is to copy pictures from the camera's memory card to the computer, it would be better to use a USB card reader to connect the memory card directly to the computer's USB slot. Always use the computer's file manager to do the copying and not depend on some automated software to do it for you.
If you did it once, you can do it again. Keep looking for the port.
Use the usb cable that came with it. I'm still mad at Kodak for stopping making printer toner for the easy share printer you could print photos from the easy share camera with. I think that was very shicken chit.
Using the cable that came with your Kodak camera, plug one end into the port of your camera. The ports are uniquely shaped, so you can't accidentally plug it into the wrong port. Then plug the other end into one of the USB ports on your computer. Some computers have the USB port in front and in the back. Some USB ports are black while some are blue. Regardless of which one you choose, it'll work. Next, go into Windows explorer or click on MyComputer in Windows XP and Windows 7. You should see an icon in the shape of a camera. Click on that icon to see the contents of the camera. If this didn't work, then you may not have installed the drivers for the Kodak camera. Unplug everything and shut your computer down completely. Restart the computer and then install the drivers. Then redo the steps indicated above. Usually if you plug a USB device into your computer for the first time, a message will appear that the computer is installing a new device. If the drivers are installed correctly the message will say that your device has been successfully installed. If you have errors, then this usually means that your version of windows didn't have the necessary drivers. In this case, you will need to go to kodak's website and download the drivers, or just use the installation disc that came with the camera.