Advanced PC users may be able to update Kodak drivers manually by searching for the correct version at the Kodak Driver Support. Dell Latitude E6410 Camera Driver Windows 10. All Windows drivers.
Hi, newbie here and to Windows 10, I recently upgraded to Windows 10 (upgraded in the loosest sense), first it was no sound which after hours of messing about I managed to fix, but now I have no printer at all. Windows 10 does not recognise my printer, it is a Kodak 3.2 wifi printer on my home network, it was perfectly fine in Windows 7, but even after trying to add device it finds nothing, I updated the driver to Kodak's latest and still it won't recognise the printer. I would not be too bothered but I need the printer working for work related stuff, no idea how I can get this os to find the printer, anyone have any ideas please? I am starting to regret this upgrade, I also have files that won't delete due to invalid ms-dos errors, oh and I can't figure out how to make my background picture into a slide show as my picture files won't show up on the slideshow tab for some reason. Maybe this Windows 10 needed more beta testing before release, too much is going wrong.
First thing, you need to get those drivers into Windows 10. Right click on the.exe and select 'Properties'. Under Compatibility tab, check 'Run this program in compatibility mode for: *select the Windows version the.exe file is designed for* and check 'Run this program as an adminstrator'. Apply the changes.