When i start my computer is pops up with solution center somethin
So it says needs fixing so i found the disc that came with my printer/ camera combo and then it said :
failed to register.
contact your support personnel
i dont know how to contact my personnel and i found here
my printer still works fine my computer lags and i am trying to connect with a digital photo frame and thats not working but the solution center message came on before i got the digital frame
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Factory reset on acer aspire 5733z-4851 without reset disc. ALT+F10 keys at boot will start Acer recovery process. if this keys combo doesn't work, enter BIOS pressing F2 at boot and check if D2D is disabled, enable it then press F10, save and exit.
The disk is corrupted and it interferes with the install process. Just get this
http://gparted.sourceforge.net/ boot from it and format your entire disk to reiserfs then to FAT32 - this way any trace of the old NTFS file system is thoroughly wiped. Now launch the recovery process one more time and it will automatically detect the FAT32 partition and will reformat it to NTFS in the process.
This is a common problem with all-in-one printer/scanner combos. Printer drivers and Scanner drivers are installed seperately unless the driver cd is REALLY high-speed (i've never seen it work once). What you'll need to do is open your control panel, go to "scanners and cameras" and click "add an imaging device" (on the left side of the window). It'll start a wizard to walk you through the steps of installing the scanner. Make sure the scanner is connected and turned on, and that you have your driver cd/installation disc loaded. If you dont have the disc, then you'll need to have the drivers in a folder somewhere on your pc, and you'll have to manually point the wizard to that folder. This should square you away. Good Luck
please try reinstalling the drivers. unplug the printer from the pc, reinstall drivers. restart pc before you plug the printer back in to the pc. after restart, plug printer back in. should work. do you have the install disc for the printer? If you do, and the first fix did not work, plaug the printer into the pc. Put the install disc into disc drive. if the autoplay is running it should ask you if you want to read the files on the disc, just close this window. Then go to START-RUN(type in) DEVMGMT.MSC and find the printer option. expan and right click on the little printer and choose "UPDATE DRIVER" it will then give an option to choose from updating from a specific location or install from a specific location. choose FROM A SPECIFIC LOCATION. another window will pop up with the choice to search from removable media ie floppy, cd etc, etc. choose that option if it hasnt already. It shouls all be automatic from her on out. Good luck.
My name is Mark and I will be happy to assist you. If that pop up is asking for an update go ahead and allow it. HP for some reason needs to update constantly. Here is one other method we can try. If you are running Vista on your computer go to start then right above start is a search box type in "run" and it will appear at the top of the box go ahead and click on it. A new box will appear you don't have to click anywhere just type"msconfig" and hit the enter or return button. A new box will appear this is your msconfig at the top will be some tabs click on the one that says start. another box will open and it will have programs in it with check marks next to them. Look for all the programs with "HP" in the beginning and uncheck them. Now click on apply and ok, it will prompt you to restart go ahead and do so. When it restarts a box will appear stating that "you have made changes to your configuration, there is a small box in the lower left corner that says "do not remind me again", click on that and ok the box. See if this works Sheryl if not contact me again and we will try somethin else.
Be mucho blessed,
hi my name is pete heres how to fix your problem go to control panal then go to add and remove click it find programme for your printer deskjet f370 drivers unistall it the computer will help you once its unistalled your computer will ask you to reset so it can take affect unplug the printer from the computer when your computer starts back up as it normaly would have put your driver disc in what come with the printer and put it in your cd rom it will load a demo up part of your software whats on the disc dont set that up yet now plug your printer back in and you will hear a sound if its usb a window will appear saying found new hardware and another window will appear click next and your computer and it will search for the drivers on your disc it will take some time cos it start looking from your floppy disc then hard drive then it will start spinning your disc once its found them it will start copying files over to your computer when it has finished it will say your new hardware is now ready to use now go to to demo and continue setting up your software for the printer once finished your computer will ask you to reset so it can take affect after loaded back up try your scanner any more problems let me know
Most DVD players that would not recognize and/or play a disc even with
a known good disc inside signifies that the laser eye/lens is
not reading the disc. This could probably be attributed to: 1. dirty, damaged, inverted, blank, un-finalized burned CDs or DVDs; 2. defective, weak, dirty/dusty burned-out laser eye/lens; 3. defective slider shafting (where the laser eye's carriage moves) or some other components.
A few things you can try: 1. Use a CD cleaner (readily available from most computer shops); 2. use a can of compressed air and blow through the inside of the loaded disc area; 3. gently tap on the top cover where you estimate the reading/laser eye/lens would be; 4. gently press on the tray door once the disc is loaded.
this not be corrective, perhaps your best bet would be to seek the
services of a qualified professional such as those in a Service Center.
Alternately, your friendly neighborhood electronic shop should do just
Hope this be of some help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.