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    Any camera driver that works on Windows 7 should work on Windows 10 as well. Did you try reinstalling the camera drivers/software?

    Contrary to the experience of others here I've had a very smooth transition from 7 to 10. I did also have an issue with my camera (my computer would show no pictures on it,) but Microsoft fixed that problem after about a month.

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    I have a multiple boot setup on my 7 year old PC - XP, Win7 and Win10 x64. If a program XP I have doesn't run under Win7 it doesn't work under Win10. And naturally my 16bit DOS and Windows 98 programs won't run on Win10 x64. You can run a 32bit virtual machine to run those. Some programs need to run as an Administrator under Win10 but that's it - no major software or hardware compatibility other than lack of Hyper V support.
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    I don't have any drivers or software for the camera. I just hook it up between the camera and pc. There would be a camera icon and the option to upload. Now the icon doesn't appear and a message tells me that there is a problem. Yes, I know there is a problem. Nikon? Does that work for Kodak? I tried uploading to a Windws 7 pc at the the local library. I had to navigate my way through it, but it worked. What drivers would I need and where do I get them? Online tutorials haven't worked and one has me clicking on a camera icon that doesn't show up.

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    Does the camera show as an external drive?
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    Check the settings menu on the camera. There is probably a setting for Transfer method or something similar. Try the various settings but "PC" should work.

    The camera should appear as a removable drive and you should be able to simply drag and drop the images off the card to the PC.
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    My son pulled the card out of the camera. I think that's the approach you are referring to. It didn't work for Windows 10. I'm not sure what an external drive means, or to recognize it. This is what I have:

    http://images10.newegg.com/NeweggIma...170-159-13.jpgKodak EasyShare C713 Silver 7.0 MP 3X Optical Zoom Digital Camera - Newegg.com

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    By external drive, he means that it'll show up in "This PC" (My Computer in Windows 7) next to your hard drive and DVD drive. I always get a desktop notification popup when I plug in a storage device as well.

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    This may be of use:
    Complete Guide to Importing Your Photos in Windows 10 - Microsoft Community

    Plugging in the Camera to a USB cable or putting the memory card in a reader should show up in the file explorer or on This PC as a removeable device/drive, typically drive E:. Some multiple card readers may show multiple drives depending on the type of card, e.g. E:,F: and G: and you have to look at the drives to see which is your card. See the section in the above link "Import Photos and Videos manually using File Explorer".
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