Kodak Easy share starting up when the system boots is a default action. Within the program itself, there should be some means of disabling it from starting when you boot.
But since I am not familiar with the program, I can recommend another method to disable it.
Go to Start>Run> and type in msconfig
. Once that open up, click on the startup tab. Look through the list there and see if you can find anything relating to Kodak anywhere in the list. If it is there, uncheck the box next to it. This is not the preferred way to do it though.
Another means is to download Winpatrol (which is a free and helpful security program anyway) and install it:http://www.winpatrol.com/
Once you install it, run it and click on the startups tab, then highlight Kodak, then select disable. You can shut down winpatrol after that if you want, but it is a nice app to have running.
While you are looking at your start-up items, see if there is anything else running that doesn't need to be. Typical start-ups would be Messenger, Aim, Real Player, QuickTime, etc. Don't disable anything unless you are completely certain as to what it does.
As Cow's was trying to say, you may just have too many things running. I remember reading somewhere that Kodak EasyShare is a huge resource hog. It's possible that you have some other malware running on your system also. It may be helpful to look in Add/Remove programs and see if there are things in there that you are not familiar with. Again, ask someone before just removing programs.