Thank you both tg1911 and Queen-Evie for responding.
I have a second computer on which the Kodak version 1.2 works. I copied the Kodak program file from this 2nd computer, and deleted the entire Kodak file in my first computer (except PSTsvc.exe won't delete).
So in the Kodak folder I added those files I had copied from my 2nd computer. So NOW my kodak file is the same as my 2nd computer.
I still cannot open the file. I tried old desktop links I was able to restore from my recycle bin, they did not open the program.
I tried clicking the pstsvc.exe link in the Programs file, and could not open it.
I know the old program required Quicktime 4. My computer has Quicktime 7, so I think that is the reason it does not work.
I would think that if the identical files are now in the 1st computer's Kodak folder as is in my 2nd computer it should work, am I right?
I mean, considering if I had Quicktime 4 also in my 1st computer? Am I correct about that? Or is is that the program must be downloaded into the 1st computer instead of being "copied" from my 2nd computer?
I tried to find a download for Quicktime 4, but the websites keep only offering the updated versions.
Also, I tried downloading the current Kodak Easyshare program and that does not download, even though this 1st computer did have that program until I deleted it.
I downloaded the Quicktime Alternative 3.2.2 and still no effect.
I had deleted Kodak Easyshare Software from the Add/Remove Programs, but instead of deleting, it just reinstalls.
I have Ultra Sentry. I will try to delete it all with that program.
Edited by Roslyn Chancey, 25 July 2010 - 02:32 AM.