I now have pictures in my gallery of my haircut, finally!
It has been a very long week of trying everyting I could think of to get my camera fixed. I just kept making things worse so I had some help. We still couldn't get it working.
I finally called Kodak today and they were able to get my software back on my computer but it still would not transfer pictures (which was the original problem I had before I made it worse).
Now during this week, I have asked a couple of people to look for me and make sure everything was plugged in like it was supposed to be. I can't physically get behind my computer to make sure myself, so I had to depend on others. The two people I asked just kept saying "yes, everything seems to be plugged in".
After talking to the lady at kodak we had narrowed it down to being the dock, either the dock was broke or it wasn't hooked up right. I called a friend, asked him if he could come by here and make sure it was plugged in for me because I did not know what else to do. He came I specifically said "follow the cord from the dock to the computer and make sure it is plugged in" He started doing that and when he got to the end of it..........it wasn't even plugged in!
I didn't know whether to be relieved or ticked off. All I know is I learned a huge lesson. Say what you mean and say it specifically because to me saying "make sure everything is plugged in" and "follow the cord" is the same thing.....but to the people I had to depend on I guess it wasn't.
I know being upset over a camera doesn't seem like a big deal, but for me it was. I got this digital camera back when my grandma was told she had cancer. I did not know how long we would have her around so I wanted to be able to have some good pictures. She is in remission and is doing great now, but now my grandpa has alzeimers and is going downhill. I am thankful I have this camera to be able to get pictures of him that I can treasure for the rest of my life.
Thank you to the different ones that tried to help me get it fixed.
Take Care and God Bless,