Question about HP Pavilion dv6000z Notebook
My memorex label maker won't let me copy the image. per the .std files won't save on my pc so i can upload it to the internet.
SOURCE: HP 6210 Scan issue
Hi if u r not getting the jpeg option do one thing
open the cd content, go to setup folder
in which u ll see trayapp folder open that one
there u ll find trayapp.msi right click on it and click on repair ... then reboot the pc and try to scan ... it shud work else get back, i ll give u the other options
Posted on May 25, 2008
SOURCE: HP 5610 scanner won't save image
I just need to understand the exact issue. It sounds like you are able to successfully scan, see the preview of the scanned image, and you initially save it. Then, when you go to open the saved image, you don't see the image you scanned but rather a "line". You've saved the image in a number of different image formats, but there's no difference in the result. It saves the scanned image to the location you want to save it on your computer's hard drive (probably My Pictures if you're using a Windows operating system).
Not sure what you mean by a "line". Do you mean a vertical line, a horizontal line, a diagonal line or what? Also, is it just a solid black line on a white background? Is it the image you scanned compressed into a smaller vertical or horizontal space?
Have to tried scanning both text pages and graphic pages? There have been issues where a document with both text and pictures has been scanned but when the scanned image is viewed, only the text appears. The pictures don't make it. The description of this specific problem is at HP.com.
I take it you don't get any sort of error message associated with this problem. Unfortunately, I can't find your specific problem at HP.com beyond the link I posted in the above paragraph. If you can answer some of the questions I asked, it might help me provide a better solution.
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
put one of the pics on your desktop, and click once on it, so that it is highlighted. Then right-click on it and choose 'open with' and your nikon software that came on the cd should be installed, so pick that if you can see it. You could also use tiff viewer, internet explorer, paint or other programs depending on which version of windows you have.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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First you need to create a desktop.ini file in your flash
Open Notepad and click Save as.
Then set file name to desktop.ini and change Save as type to
Click Save as.
Place your wallpaper in the flash drive. It should be a
Open desktop.ini file from your flash drive. Copy and paste
below code to it.
Last line of the code, you can see
"IconArea_Image=wallpaper.jpg". Replace "wallpaper.jpg" with your wallpaper
Save your file. Unplugged the flash drive from PC and plug
it again. That's it.
If you need more information
Add wallpaper to your flash drive background
Change your flash
Insert symbols to your flash drive label
Hide a file or folder in your flash drive
Change font color in your flash drive
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