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STOP do not write anything to your camera's
removable memory card,otherwise you willt re-write the files and permanently
lose your videos and pictures. Install this recovery software called
Tenorshare Photo Recovery. From inside the software,navigate/choose your
memory card letter( "D", "F", "G" ... ? ) and scan the section where it says
"Raw Recovery", "Videos" or "Photos" . Scan the memory card and Set the
destination folder(folder where recovered files will be saved) somewhere on your
computer. BTW, you can get this recovery software from Tenorshare Photo Recovery for
Windows Tenorshare Photo Recovery for
Mac It will show you thumbnails for your pictures that it
found on your memory card. WARNING:there will be lots of recovered files,do
not set the destination folder as your DESKTOP,otherwise you'll end up having
100000 files on your desktop... = total mess :)
How to scan a document or picture using Windows PAINT
Turn your printer/scanner on!
click PAINT under programs at top
untitled-paint window opens
in top left corner click the little white arrow
click FROM SCANNER OR CAMERA
choose settings you require
click preview (scanner may have to warm up for 20 seconds)
preview appears in window
adjust edges if need be (click/hold/drag)
item appears in Paint
ckick the white arrow again and choose SAVE AS, give it a name and click SAVE (it will automatically save it to PICTURES)
you can now RESIZE or ROTATE the scan
you can also add text to it by clicking the letter A and drawing a box on the scan
If you want to email it, just close Paint, go to PICTURES, right-click on the scan and choose SEND TO then MAIL RECIPIENT
Apparently your scanner isn't being propperly recognized by your PC. To fix this issue install the latest version of the driver of your scanner. This can be done by using the set-up disc that came with the scanner or by looking for the drivers online at the official page of the brand.
Are we talking about a signal from a dvd player? Possibly an upconverting dvd player. This is a function of the player. Try pan and scan vs letter box setting in thee dvd video setup menu. Your describing letter box. If the image is missing from the side its called side curtain. Scaling on the TV affects the curtain, but not letter box.
Is the line in the same location everytime? Then the there is dust on the glass. If it keeps shifting, wipe the photographs before scanning. If the line appears same thickness at the same location, may be the scan module is damaged, but this is generally rare.
S. Mohan. Chennai, India
If the boxes are a rectangle for every letter, try changing the font, especially if the printer is an old model and the font is recent, if it does it for every font, type up a letter (or type =rand(3) in word and it will put some blurb up for you) then press the Alt key at same time Print Scrn key. Then open paint and go to edit menu / paste. go File Print preferences and set the page to 1 by 1 pages, File / Print preview, if good Print.
The printer should print it, as it is taking it as a picture file, if that same font won't print straight from word (and gives you little squares) it means the printer doesn't have that font listed in it's memory
If it is the case, buy a new printer, or use an older font that works.
This can be a short in the power supply, scan circuits, or the CRT circuit, or the CRT itself. The set would have to be troubleshooted by an experienced tech to find out the cause of the failure. I can tell you in advance that your set may not be worth to service.
Usually any scanned document etc will go to a folder in documents & settings so have a look there, another way is to scan and save it as a special name, or simply remeber the default name, and then do a search for that file and when you find it, THATs where they go :)
Usually when ya scan it should ask ya where to save?
I don't know your model of set very well. I will comment in general. I am assuming your set is using three CRT's for its projection system.
This is normaly a voltage regulation fault. As the CRT's pulls more current, the HV is dropping. A lower anode voltage means lower cathold current. What this does is lower the mass of the electron beam that is hitting the front phosphor in the tubes. Because of the lower electron mass, the deflection yoke has an easier time to pull or deflect the beam for scanning. And, thus the picture appears to increase in size.
If you look at low cost CRT TV sets, it is very common that the raster changes size a little with contrast and brightness change. This is because they use less quality of HV regulation.
Check the main power supply to see if it is stable with wide variation of picture contrast. Also, if you have an HV probe, check to see if the HV at the anodes of the CRT's is stable with changes in the picture contrast and brightness.
If the main power supply is stable, and the anode voltages are changing, then I would try the HV multiplier and flyback assembly.
This can also get a little complicated to troubleshoot. There is some regulation feedback reference from the HV drive that goes back to the HV generator circuit. There may be a fault in this area as well. Where this gets interesting to troubleshoot is where the horizontal scan drive is also the HV drive, as like most common CRT sets.
Some sets use scan compensation to also help for stability. They will control the gain of the scan amplifiers to help stabilize the scanning to make up the error difference in the HV regulation.