I need to change the size of my print on my printer. It is too small. I can hardly read what comes out of the printer.. Is there a way to make the letters a little bit bigger? Can I change the size from my computer or from the printer intself. Please let me know.-----------------need to know-----------p.s I have a Brother printer MFC-440CN and a desk top Dell. The computer is 2 or 3 years old and the printer is not even a year old.
When you are ready to print, go to the option above print, called page setup. Change the scale to about 150%, just experiment with that and it should help. There are other options in print preview that will let you change the size, but I would go with page setup. Hope that helps
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How to remove the hard drive on a Playstation 3 Slim
Removing the hard drive on the PS3 Slim is simular to removing the hard drive on an original PS3, however the drive is in a different location.
Note if you are upgrading PS3 hard drive you will need to back up your data first so that you are able to put your files back onto the new hard drive.
1. Make sure you have all your cables unplugged from the PS3.
2. Turn the PS3 upside and locate the hard drive access door (it will be at the front of the system next to the small info sticker).
3. Ether with your finger nail or a small screw driver lift up the cover.
4. Next carefully unscrew the blue screw. Note you will want to make sure you get the right size phillips head to make sure you do not strip out the screw head. On the few systems I have seen a PH1 head you be the right size you need.
5. After you have the screw removed you will want to slide the hard drive cover to the right to expose the hard drive.
6. Next pull down on the lever and pull strait back in the drive caddy to remove it from the PS3.
If you have remove the drive to upgrade the drive you will want to unscrew the drive from the caddy and install your new drive.
If you have removed to corrupted data on the hard drive the link below will walk you through formatting the hard drive on your computer just skip to step 4 as the first steps are for removing the hard drive from the original PS3.
Ok, changing the hard drive on a PS3 is pretty easy. First, on the left of the PS3 there is a little cover that you can flip out with a small flat blade screwdriver. When this flap is removed you will see a small blue screw. Remove this screw. There will be a little clip that unfolds from the side of the hard drive casing. Hold on to this and pull the hard drive towards the front of the PS3 and then pull is sideways. You must keep the metal frame that the hard drive is secured into. There are 4 screws that hold the frame onto the hard drive. Remove these and the hard drive will come away from the cage.
As to what hard drive to use, really any SATA 2.5" drive will do, it all depends on what sort of data you want to keep on it. I have heard of people installing up to 500Gb hard drives, this is probably the maximum size you want to use. Some people supply hard drives already formatted to PS3 standard, but any drive will work. When you first plug the drive back into the PS3 it will say that it needs formatting, just agree to this and everything should work fine.
Hello, Is this happening on one particular game or on various games. If just on one game, make sure the game is not dirty or scratched. I have come across some discs having circular scratches. This could mean that there is debris in the console and need to be repaired. If its on many discs, the console might be dirty. Nintendo sells a console cleaner that looks like a disc with a small handle. You can purchase it at any gamestop or similar shop.
I have also come across some games that are so large in data size that the console is always reading the disc and any little scratch messes up the play and comes up with a check disc error, ex. mario super sluggers
Hope this helps
you can try reformatting your hard drive...on your xmb go to settings>system settings>format utility
just know if u do this you'll lose all and everything on your hard drive.
if that doesn't work you can replace your hard drive. if you look on the left side of your ps3 you see a tab that reads "remove this tab to replace your hard drive"
if your looking at it there is a small groove on the right side where you can use a small screw driver to lift it open.
once thats done you'll be looking at the hard drive. notice the small screw holding it in place. *CAREFUL YOU DO NOT WANT TO STRIP THE HEAD OF THE SCREW* use the right size screwdriver and note that the screw is on very tight. so using the correct screw driver push in with little force as you begin to loosen the screw.
once the screw is off you should be able to lift the metal tab and be able to slide the hard drive to the right. once thats done just pull it out of your ps3 using the same tab
now put in the new hard drive into your ps3 as far as it'll go and slide it to the left to connect the hard drive to the ps3. you won't see it but you'll feel it sliding into place.
once thats snuggly in place screw on the screw being careful not to strip the head and making sure its on tight. and finally replace the plastic tab to cover the hard drive.
once all of that is done you'll have to reformat the new hard drive for your ps3 to recognize it.
first of all make sure u turn off your ps3 and have it unplugged from the back. also unplug the video cables or hdmi cables. if you look on the left side and you'll see a plastic cover that reads "detach this cover when removing the hard disk" there is a small grove towards the right side of the cover if you are looking at it. you can use your finger to lift it open or use a small flat screw driver. once the cover is off you'll be looking at the hard drive. notice the small screw thats holding it in place. *** IMPORTANT*** MAKE SURE U USE THE RIGHT SIZE SCREWDRIVER to remove the screw. if you strip the head you'll have a mess on your hands. also be aware that the little screw is on tight. so push in wit the screwdriver with little force before turning the screw.. once thats off there is a little tab that you can lift up and use it as a handle to slide the hard drive sideways. once you do that just pull it straight out. thats it.
try resetting the system.. If not then you probably need a new hard drive. You can get them off of Ebay for real cheap. Just type in your gb size in the search and you will be amazed what comes up and how much they are!!!!