I used to get the photo imaging studio.now it shows an error.
I WAS able to access the imaging studio to print pictures on greating
cards, NOW, i can't get access to the studio, it shows '' you've
encountered a problem''. WHERE IS THE PROBLEM! The only thing
I'm able to do now is print, that means I'm only able to use 1/2 of this.
I have a LEXMARK Z 1300, THAT'S THE PRINTER, WHAT ABOUT
THE REST OF THE STUDIO. anybody else having the same problem?
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Re: I used to get the photo imaging studio.now it shows...
I assume the"studio" is included with the printer? A complete uninstall and reinstall of the printer drivers and program will probably correct this. Remember to restart the computer after the uninstall. It may be recommended to do the install with Antivirus disabled... check your manual.
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The best way to transfer pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo management program such as Picasa. Organize edit and share your photos
What program are you using when you "develop" these pictures. I would recommend paint shop pro for all your photo/image editing needs. Once I have more information I can assist you further so please don't reject my help. Thanks, Lee
What operating system are you using, and are you using USB from the camera to the PC or a memory card reader? If you don't have (in case you were using Windows XP) WinXP patched up to service patch 2 or 3, it's not going to work either way. Some card readers 4 years old or more ****, too. If you cite your error messages you're going to get much more relevant answers, you should know.
You probably need to cite the photo program (Casio Photo Studio, Adobe Photoshop LT, Picasa, SilverFast Casio Photo Studio V, etc.) you want to use, and have it installed along with any particular drivers for Casio Exilim of whatever generation your camera is.
Make sure the memory contacts show up a visible clarity. If there is no detection in any of the card readers, inthe camera and inthe PC, it seems likely that your card has some errors on it,
If the card is detecting the memory but is not showing any pictures, the use a file search in the search mode with the drive selected for pictures/images.
If not it will be best to have it checked with a photo studio to concur the findings since you have important images on it.
Troubleshooting the camera displaying Communication Error when connected to the computer via USB.
If the camera displays "Communication Error," when trying to download images the main cause for this error is that there are more than 1000 images stored on the memory card. It is recommended if there are more than 1000 images on the memory card, that you use a card reader to acquire the images, or to delete images off of the memory so that there are less than 1000 images to download from the memory card.
If this is not the case, there are not 1000 or more images on the memory card, try reconnecting the camera to abnother port on the computer, try another cable or another computer. This error can also display when connecting to a direct print printer. Please check with the printer manufacturer for more information on this error.
Please see the following blog article, as it describes the use of a card reader as a much easier, faster, and less error prone way to download your photos. In fact there are several important reasons discussed in the article for using a card reader vice downloading from the camera. USB Card readers are also very inexpensive these day, with cost virtually not an issue:
I'm getting around the problem by using Windows or Nero print options to get the photo as near to the size I need. It would be good if I could print photo's from Photo studio though much simpler and less time consuming.
Does this help? You obviously have to insert the media type into the media slot on the far right.(omoademola)
Using the top control panel Printing tasks Scanning/Copying/Faxing tasks Troubleshooting
The top control panel lets you print an image from a photo card, scan a document or image, and copy a document or image with the press of a button.
1 Power : Turns the All-In-One on or off.
2 Copy: light Illuminates when Copy Mode is selected.
3 Mode: Changes the copy, scan, or photo card mode.
4 Scan: light Illuminates when Scan Mode is selected.
5 Photo Card: light Illuminates when Photo Card Mode is selected.
6 Rotate: Rotates the image 90 degrees.
7 LCD Panel: Number of Copies- this changes the copy count.
Note: This feature is not active in Scan Mode.
8 Display: Shows copy, scan, and photo card selections.
9 Resize: Enlarges or reduces the size of the image.
10 Page Preview: Shows a preview of the output.
11 Select: Secures an option.
12 Menu: Provides options for image.
13 Arrow : Scrolls left, right, up, or down.
14 Stop/Clear: Cancels a print job or clears a selection.
15 Color Start: Initiates color copy, scan, or photo card output.
16 Black Start: Initiates black copy, scan, or photo card output.
If the Lexmark software doesn't work you could just try using other software. Picasa http://picasa.google.com is a free photo management software and does a great job of printing photos.
You can scan from an application like Word or using the "Get Picture using Scanner Wizard" menu that shows up when you right click the Scanner in My Computer in Windows.