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are digital cameras that inprint the date on each photo you capture..It
depends if your unit has support for it..what is your camera? you can
refer on the user manual on setting up your camera..
• The built-in memory provides extra memory up to approx. 40 MB (F3) / 50 MB (F2) when your memory card fills up.
• With slideshows complete
with music, you can get an emotion-filled slideshow with a variety of
slide change effects and matching music.
• You can record the name and
birthday of your children or pet and embed the information of the name
and at which age in year and month the photo was taken on the photo, and
choose to print either or both of them on the photo.
• The functions and settings used most often are quickly and easily accessed via the Quick Menu function.
first have you checked any clogged papers? have you checked ink cartridges if yes continue doing the following
Before run adjustment program or software resetter Epson Stylus
Photo R220 and R230, set date setting in your computer to 12 January
2006. Appearance of adjustment program Epson stylus photo R220 and R230
like adjustment program for Epson C45. Your Epson Stylus Photo R220 and
R230 must be installed correctly in your computer before using the
software otherwise so this software resetter will not be used.
Here how to use the software
Download and extract downloaded software and run it.
Click accept button.
Set model name, port selection and destination setting and equal to your printer.
Click Maintenance Tab.
Check mark waste ink pad counter.
And the clear the protection counter (reset counter to zero)
3 Possibilities I can think of (I have just had a similar problem);
1) Your Photo feature (app) has been disabled 2) Your Photo feature (app) has been set to private. 3) Your individual albums are set to private
To solve: 1) Up the top right, click on "Settings" (next to your name) and then "Privacy Settings". Click on "Applicaions". Click on the "Settings" tab. Make sure "Photos taken by me" and "Photos of me" are both ticked. Scroll down and click "Save Changes"
2) Up the top right, click on "Settings" (next to your name) and then "Application Settings". Look for the "Photos" app and click "Edit Settings". Make sure: The "Box:" is set to "Added", The "Privacy:" is set to "Everyone" (or at least not "Only Me") Under the "Additional Permissions" tab the various boxes are ticked. and then click "OK" to save the new settings.
3) Under the Photos app (from your Profile click "View Photos of Me" - it's under your display picture), scroll down to "x's Albums" and click "Album Privacy". Make sure under the various albums' 'Who can see this' settings that they are set to something other than "Only Me" or a specific (unwanted) "Custom" setting. When you are done editing these, scroll down to the bottom and click "Save Settings"
these programs work well and there are plenty of skins and screens to find on the web. google - login screens and bootskins.
you can change the text on the start button but i dont know of a program to do it safely. if you have some decent windows skills and are feeling adventerous there are tutorials etc out there to explain how to do it by hacking the explorer.exe file, but i dont recomend doing this. i hope this helped, please rate me, thanx
Did you downloaded that on a virus-free website like www.download.com? And one more thing, when you mean "I can't use my admin account", do you mean windows is telling you that the password you enter is wrong? If that's the case try booting into safe mode (by pressing F8 before the XP Logo). By default, XP have a built-in "Administrator" account name & the password is blank. You should be able to login with that & try to change your password on your account on the user accounts setting on control panel.
I don't understand the question.
If you want to know if the file name can be imbedded into the photo and will show as part of the photo, the answer is no.
If you want to know if the file name is included in the EXIF information that is part of the photo, the answer is no. Some camera manufacturers include the file name in the EXIF, Sony does not.