Kodak EasyShare v3.x folder heirarchy

Discussion in 'Kodak' started by Charlie, Sep 3, 2003.

  1. Charlie

    Charlie Guest

    While using EasyShare v2.x the folders in my designated folder which was and
    still is c:\Kodak Pictures always had corresponding folders that were named
    according to the date that the pictures were taken. All shots on say June
    16,2003 were in a similarly named folder and henceforth as time and images
    were accumulated...

    Now...........since Aug 21,2003 updating to Kodak EasyShare v3.2.0.54
    software all subsequent images regardless of date are in the folder bearing
    that same date of Aug 21,2003. From within EasyShare app the images sort,
    and display properly according to my preference of "date acquired" even
    though there are over 2 weeks worth of photos all in the same Aug 21,2003

    What happened between versions? I have triple checked and the same original
    folder is still specified as it was with v 2.x
    in my v3.2 EasyShare software....
    Charlie, Sep 3, 2003
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  2. Charlie

    Ron Baird Guest

    Hi Charlie,

    Sorry to hear of your trouble.

    Hmmmm, I wonder if you have changed the prerences to where your pictures are
    being sent. EasyShare will send new images to an incrementing date folder
    in a location of your choice. For example, if you set the preferences to a
    folder called [C:\MyPictures\Charlie] new images should arrive each day in a
    folder for that date, i.e. 9/1/23 > 9/2/2003, etc. Try renaming and see if
    it makes a difference.

    If not, then I suggest you get out the Kodak EasyShare Software CD and run
    the repair utility. It should repair any missing or broken files and set
    your system on the right path once again.

    Let me know how you make out.

    Ron Baird
    Ron Baird, Sep 10, 2003
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