Windows vista home edition premium is compatible with the kodak zd15 camera

PC won't let me download videos from my zd15 camera sd memory card.  He's going to upload pictures, but not videos. Kodak claims that they are not compatible.  gave me a site to ask for help and wanted to bill me.

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