Re: I can't tell which way to insert my photo card.
Generally in the propertys on your printer it will say how to lay your paper you have a choice to pick from check propertys. should have a picture of direction on there our you do landscape size paper size etc. hope this help
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you don't thread the bobbin as such
wind sufficient thread on to the bobbin (use the rewind section of the machine )
place the bobbin in the bobbin carrier in such a manner that the thread unwinds anticlockwise
take the thread and pull it around the edge of the bobbin holder until you reach the slot in the holder
pull the thread down that slot and under the flat spring plate at the bottom of the slot
That plate controls the tension of the bottom thread
pull out about 5" of thread and while holding the thread put the bobbin holder and the bobbin into the machine making sure that it goes right in and clicks in place ( turn it to achieve the click
The needle should be fully up for this procedure
now thread the needle and hold the end of the thread while you hand turn the machine in the sewing direction
the needle will go down and if not on the first time will on the second time pull up the bobbin thread
pull that bobbin thread up and place it along with the needle thread under the foot plate and out the back comment if that doesn't work as there may be a bigger fault that can be fixed
Unfortunately, I can't find any specifications for that particular motherboard. However, there's a very easy way to tell if one of the slots is an AGP graphics card port!
Look directly at the motherboard so that the white, horizontal PCI slots are in the bottom left-hand corner. There will likely be 3 or 4 white slots, some of them may be occupied by PCI cards. Just above the top white PCI slot, there will likely be either a brown horizontal slot (that's your AGP connector) or a blank space where one might fit.
If you do not see an offset, horizontal brown expansion connector above the white PCI slots but below the fan assembly, your motherboard does not have an AGP connection and you will need to use PCI for graphics.
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I assume the message is not an error message and does not indicate an issue with the product. The message is designed to be an invitation to print photos from a memory card. Follow these steps to insert a memory card into the product.
Locate the memory card slot on the front of the product that is compatible with the memory card to be printed from. Each type of memory card slot accepts only one type of memory card, and only one memory card can be inserted at a time.
Insert the memory card into the appropriate memory card slot.
Some times you may be trying to print Some Data may be from Memory card , you Choose already-But actually your MMC not in/Not Properly in...Hope you find it.....Thanks for Contacting FixYa...
Hi, I think you are telling about the adapter if you are trying to insert a micro sd card then insert the card in the adapter and then try to insert it in the slot if you are using a big sd card then directly insert it in the slot.
Step One: Purchase the Wii Lens Cleaner directly from NINTENDO. This can be done online at nintendo.com. Contact their support team if you are experiencing disc read errors, as you may be eligible for a free Lens Cleaner.
Step Two: Plug the Wii into an outlet and eject any game that might be in the system.
Step Three: Release no more than three drops of the liquid onto the cleaning pad. Too much cleaning fluid could be harmful to the system's internal components.
Step Four: Place the lens cleaner into the Wii's disc slot. Make sure that the system is powered on and that the blue lines on the cleaner are vertical. The Lens Cleaner should be inserted with the top facing the right side of the system when vertical, and the top when the system is laid horizontally.
Step Five: Move the Lens Cleaner gently up and down in vertically-oriented systems and left to right in horizontally-oriented systems. Move it 3/4 of an inch between 10 and twenty times.
Step Six: Press "Eject" to remove the Lens Cleaner. You should not need to use any force to remove it
If the screen is halved in a horizontal fashion meaning that the screen only goes up half way this is an indication of a vertical deflection problem, quite possibly the vertical coupling capacitor or a problem with the vertical drive signal. If the TV is halvedvertically meaning the either the left or right side of the TV is black while the other has picture, this could mean a problem with the damper diode, the Horizontal output Transistor, or the horizontal drive signal.
In either case I would suggest doing a ring test on the Yoke Transformer, The IHVT (Integrated High Voltage Transformer).
Also check the Vertical coupling capacitor, and the horizontal drive transformer (Ring test this).
You noticed that I included the Vertical and Horizontal sections? This is because you did not mention which direction your screen was halved in.
If it is halved to to bottom check the vertical circuitry, If it is halved left to right check the horizontal circuitry. For either one do a ring test on the Yoke Transformer.