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Re: cannon a560 dital camera
Click on "Start Menu" (lower left corner of your computer screen). Select "Control Panel", then double click on "Display". When the display control panel opens, click on the "Settings" tab. You can now select and set a Screen Resolution for your computer's monitor of at least 1024 x 768 pixels.
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try putting the windows disk in and mess around with that and see if it wroks. what i think might of happend is the windows might of gotten del. so put ur windows disk in and i think that might work
Most software programs for cameras, require you to load the software or part of the software first and follow the on screen instructions for when to add you camera lead to the computer. Otherwise windows may pick the camera up as new hardware and if it does not have the correct driver for it in its database it will not install correctly.
Uninstall the software program again, going to Control panel>add/remove programs and remove it from your system.
Insert the disk again - not the camera lead, and follow the instructions on the screen. It may ask you if you are connecting with a usb lead then give you further instructions. If you have more than one usb port available, when asked to insert the lead insert it into a different usb port to the one you have used previously, just in case windows has left behind some registry files that will conflict the installation.
Also check that the software you are loading onto your computer is compatible with your version of windows. (It should say one the disk).
I use a SD card in my camera and then insert the card into the card reader on my PC..saves all the messing around with software etc..., if you do not have a card reader on your pc, you can purchase a portable one that plugs into your usb port they are relativley cheap.
When you say it's displayed on the screen, do you mean while it's in playback mode, it's embedded there?
If not, you will have to put your resoltion in postcard mode and make sure in menu that your date or date/time stamp is turned on.
To get to your resolution settings, turn camera on to shooting mode, hit function/set button and arrow down to the bottom left corner where it will show your resolution (L,M,S, etc) and this is where you will find postcard mode.
This setting is the only one you can use date time stamp and will show up in prints, but only good for 4 x 6 prints, anything larger will not be good resolution, it will be pixelated because it's only enough quality for a small print.
i agree with the first person. you cannot over fill a disk otherwise there is not enough room to finalise it. or does it do this with all disks? try resetting the camera on the bottom and set it back up. if you put your disk into a computer with a cdrw you can open the files from there as long as you have the dowload software installed on the same computer. just do not try to open or veiw the last photo otherwise it mayu lock up your computer.