Kodak Hero 9.1 windows 7 driver

Can anyone provide a link to Kodak's site for a windows 7 driver ( NOT a firmware update) ?
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alcindorAsked:
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Dr. KlahnConnect With a Mentor Principal Software EngineerCommented:
This site forces installation of Google chrome and a third party PDF converter application, neither of which I want.

I must respectfully disagree.  kodakdriver.com links directly to the driver on the Kodak site -- see the screenshot below.

Link to Kodak site
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MereteConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I recommend installing the driver updater it works really well and should / does find the right drivers for your devices if available. I use it.
You dont have to of course
Kodak Hero 9.1 Driver Downloads
http://www.kodakdriver.com/kodak-hero-9-1-driver/
With windows 7 these drivers should install automatically when you connect it. Do you have the setup disc still?
If you are having a problem check your device manager then at the top open View >show hidden devices, note if you have duplicate drivers ( when attempting too many install or windows installs it before you can) Look for other devices.
Disable them as uninstalling may not work if the any devices are connected via USB. Remove all USB devices
reboot then connect the Kodak Hero 9.1 power it on.
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Dr. KlahnPrincipal Software EngineerCommented:
Kodak appears to have broken their web site (at least from here it's not working right), which I suppose goes along with their bankruptcy.

The W7 driver for the Hero 9.1 is available from another site.  However, I would have that file scanned by VirusTotal after downloading it to be sure it is not virus bait.

(Ah, Merete, you got there while I was editing the post.  Well done!)
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MereteCommented:
Dr. Klahn
We are worlds apart in different countries so it happens  :)
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Kodak use a Universal Printer Driver for their AIO's so you just need their All-in-One Printer Home Center Software (which is what is packaged on the installation CD in the box)

http://support.en.kodak.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17138/selected/true
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alcindorAuthor Commented:
http://www.kodakdriver.com/kodak-hero-9-1-driver/ is not a Kodak site. This site forces installation of Google chrome and a third party PDF converter application, neither of which I want.
I should have emphasised the "KODAK'S SITE" in my original question.
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Is there a problem using Kodak's own site?  That link seems to work OK from here.
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alcindorAuthor Commented:
I located the driver from the Kodak site before reading Dr. Klahn's reply, installing the Kodak Aio Home Center application which includes the drivers. Thanks for your help.

http://support.en.kodak.co.uk/app/answers/detail/a_id/17138/~/kodak-all-in-one-printer-home-center-software-(including-drivers)---windows/selected/true
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