When I turn on my computer and as it is loading a note comes up on the screen that says," Printer Card Transfer Monitor has encountered a problem and needs to close."....
What does that mean and what do I need to do? Thank you
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Try these steps:
1. On your computer desktop, right-click on the My Computer icon.2. Select the Manage option. A Computer Management screen opens.3. Expand the Services and applications list.4. Click on Services.5. Scroll down the list of services until you find lexbce server. Right click on lexbce server and select Properties. Set the Startup type to Automatic. Click Apply and then OK.6. Reinstall the printer driver. These steps can also be found on the Lexmark website: Error:
"Print Monitor is Unknown"
go to my computer and like c:// drive and d:// drive you will get another option like memory card or e:// drive.
click on it and choose transfer.
also the better way would be to connect your device with a memory card and then transfer the pictures directly rather than usinh Printer for transferring as the printer does not has virtula memory to save and then transfer the pictures.
Chances are that this is a video card problem not the monitor.
If you have a plug in card, try reseating it, if the video is onboard, go buy either a PCI or AGP video card if your motherboard supports AGP.
Is the light on the monitor blinking or solid?
I had the same problem with my lexmark x4850 printer it just kept poping up I uninstalled the software and reinstalled it, it was doing the same thing. I just repaired my Microsoft Netframe 2.0 and it has gone away.
A card access error may indicate that an xD-Picture Card memory card is in a write-protected condition. xD-Picture Card memory cards have a special protection feature to ensure that your pictures are kept safe.
During this condition, you can still use the printer for printing and saving photos from the xD-Picture Card to a secure location, such as the computer hard drive.
To resolve this error, try the following:
Reinsert the xD-Picture Card memory card into your camera and turn on the camera. In most cases, the camera automatically makes the necessary changes.
Reformat the xD-Picture Card memory card. See the documentation that came with your camera for instructions on reformatting the memory card. Note that this process erases the pictures currently saved to your memory card. To save these pictures, transfer them to the computer before reformatting the memory card. Once you reformat the memory card, transfer those photos back to the memory card using the computer.