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Which version of Photoshop Album Starter Edition are you using? I faced the same problem in Starter Edition 2.0 while using Kodak Camera but this problem is now resolved in Starter Edition 3.0.
Try downloading and using the lastest version from http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshopalbum/starter.html and I hope your problem will be resolved.
Do let us know if you still face any problem.
I should have mentioned it in the original post, I mentioned everything else :), I am running version 3 Photoshop Album SE already. The only thing I can think of is that what should be a seperate driver for the Kodak camera is part of the Easyshare software, hence it works but Album doesnt. This theory is ruined by your mesage though as you have an Easyshare camera working with Album 3.0.
Can I ask if you still have the Easyshare software installed while Album is working with your camera? Perhaps Easyshare is blocking Album somehow....
I have Kodak EasyShare software installed and my camera CX-3660 works fine. I searched forum and found 2 FAQs related to problem of Photoshop Album with Kodak EasyShare camers. Though these FAQs are for Photoshop Album 2.0 but you may want to give them a try.
Problem with Easyshare or Kodak Camera
Jim Jütte, "Problem with Easyshare or Kodak Camera" #, 5 Feb 2004 8:12 pm
PSA does not detect my Kodak Camera
Jim Jütte, "PSA does not detect my Kodak Camera" #, 27 Jan 2004 3:00 pm
Let us know if it works for you.
Well thanks to all who took the time to help a frustrated fellow. I followed the procedure to change the drivers from the Kodak ones to the generic still camera drivers and all seems to be working now (fingers crossed). I was a bit surprised that PSA picks up the "generic" camera as a CX7530 now but I'm not one to ask questions when it's working :D ..so thanks all again.