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The issue here is the "Format" or "Ratio" of the screen. Currently, it is set to Standard Format or a 4:3 ratio. It may also be set to 480i or 480P scan rate.
You should change it to Wide Screen or 16:9 ratio. Additionally, you will want to display High Definition images by selecting a scan rate of either 720P, 1080i or 1080P - depending on which choices are offered by the TV. Typically the remote will offer a choice of Format. It is possible that the source device (cable TV, DirecTV, Tivo, etc. has a command to cause this too. In any case, the TV, and other source appliances must be set to Wide Screen / 16:9 and 720P or higher to veiw full screen, HD images.
i'm sure that there's a button to lock the trackpad,it's near the panel.you need to press it once again to turn the panel on I think it's right above the trackpad or look on your laptops keyboard for a picture like trackpad press it with the function Fn button at the same time or it should be the hardware the trackpad cable maybe doesn't installed properly,not locked or something
Basically, you just mount your phone via USB and place the images on the
sdcard. Ideally you would want to create a Media\Wallpaper folder or
something to put them in to stay organized.
Once the images are on your phone, you unmount, long press on any open
area of your screen and select set wallpaper (or hit Menu >
Wallpaper). Then choose gallery and you should see whatever folders you
dumped them into. It will scan the entire sdcard so their location
really doesn't matter, it's more of an organization thing as I said.
You could also just text them to your phone, or send them to gmail and
download directly through your phone without having to mount it.
"ERR" doesn't indicate any specific error, but usually tends to be something only a technician can fix. Sometimes, you can make it go away by fully pressing the shutter release, but chances are that it will reappear at some point. Take it to a reputable camera shop, or send it to Nikon if you're still under warranty.
(The "r09" message is not an error, but an indicator of how many images you can take-nine in this case-before the camera has to pause for processing. This usually applies to burst-mode photography, and varies depending on how fast your CF card can transfer images.)
a SD memory card. Set the camera's image storage location to "internal
memory". Press the Review button, then press the Menu button. Use up/down
to highlight "Copy" then press OK. Select an option and press OK.
To set the camera's image storage location, press the Menu
button then use up/down to select "Image Storage." Don't forget to
change it back when done.
To activate the sound soother press the round button on the bottom left of the unit marked soother. To change the Soother stations press the "Tuner buttons either left or right. The tuner buttons are located on the bottom half of the unit above the volume buttons. one click of the tuner button moves one station on the sound soother selection.