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This forum is for Album. You need Photoshop Elements
Thanks, but one more question I don't have Elements on my computer. How have I been using Starter Edition 3.0 and downloading Photos to it for 2 years now if it isn't supposed to do it? Now I AM confused!
I am missing something here. Your first message stated that you had
Elements 3.0 on your computer. Perhaps it was a typo?
Well, not exactly. I failed to spell it out as Photoshop Starter Edition 3.0 and just put PSE 3.0 . I just reread it to be sure and nowhere did I say Elements. I always said PSE 3.0 and once just referred to it as PSE when I said, "but here is my problem. PSE will not recognize my camera." Sorry for the confusion. Guess I should have spelled it out."PSE 3.0 came preinstalled on my Dell computer" is what I opened with.
Sorry to go back and forth on this, but just so you understand how we
communicate the acronym for future reference, PSE stands for Photoshop
Elements. PSA is Photoshop Album, and PSA-SE is Photoshop Album Starter
Edition. This last one is often just shortened to PSA in this forum, but
we never seem to use PSE... this was the source of my confusion.
Now... to your problem. In some cases in newer cameras, the software
might not have the ability to recognize it if the drivers were not
writtent be compatible with PSA.
Are you using Vista or XP? If you are using Vista, you might consider
downloading 3.2. This may or may not help.
The other thing that you can do will take an extra step, but at least
you'll get the images cataloged. Download the images with the Kodak
software, then close it. Open up PSA, and click on Get Photos from
Folder and pull them in from the folder that Kodak just created.
Does that get you started?