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Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Kodak Software Installation_win 7

Sharing and editing your Kodak EasyShare photos can be a fun activity that lets you be creative with your memories and even create a scrapbook if you like. But sometimes, computer errors prevent you from installing Kodak software on Windows 7. By changing a few settings and files, you can successfully install the Kodak software and get on with your project.

This article will help you to install Kodak Software Installation in Windows 7
  1. Click "Start" > "Programs." Right-click on "Kodak EasyShare" and select "Properties." Choose the "Compatibility" tab.
  2. Uncheck the box for "Run this program in compatibility mode for" and also uncheck all the Display settings boxes. Click "OK."
  3. Right-click on the Kodak icon and choose "Shut Down Kodak EasyShare Software."
  4. Go to "Start" and click "Computer." Choose "C:," "Program Files," "Kodak," "Kodak EasyShare Software," and select "Bin."
  5. Right-click the "Catalog folder" and choose "Rename." Change the folder name to "OldCatalog1" and close the window.
  6. Go to "Start" and select "Accessories." Click on "Run."
  7. Type "%temp%" in "Run" and click "OK."
  8. Click on the "Retain" folder and select the "bin" folder.
  9. Right-click the "Catalog" folder. Select "Rename." Rename the folder to "OldCatalog2."
  10. Delete the backup files "ESBK.mb and ESBK.mbb."
  11. Go to "Start" and select "Search." Choose "All files and folders." Type "ESBK" in the "All or part of the file name box" and click "Search." Delete the two found files "ESBK.mb" and "ESBK.mbb." Click "Yes." You will now be able to install your Kodak software on Windows 7.

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