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Re: I have several pics that I want to print. My disc
what windows operating system is your computer running on? Is it window xp, vista, or win 7?
If the disc says that your computer is not compatible, then there is nothing you can do other than to install the disc on a compatible computer. Once a disc say its not compatible with a computer, you can force such disc to install on the computer and even if you do, it won't perform well and it will be of no use. So the best thing to do is to install the disc on a computer that it will be compatible with so that it can perform its functions to the fullest.
I'm sure you did not try the disc on a windows xp system, because windows xp should be compatible with the disc. So which every operating system your computer is running, try to install the disc on another computer using a separate operating system distinct from the one on your computer.
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The Wii console is only compatible with Wii and GameCube discs. It
is not compatible with DVDs or discs made for other home consoles.
Verify that the disc you are inserting is compatible with the Wii
An error message may display if the disc is ejected during play. Return to the HOME Menu before changing discs.
Verify that the console is placed correctly.
If the Wii console is lying flat, the game disc slot should be above all three buttons and the SD Card slot.
If the Wii console is standing vertically, the power button
should be on the top and the console should be in the stand. Note: Only
Wii consoles with model number RVL-001 are intended to be placed
Verify that the disc is being inserted properly.
If the console is placed horizontally, the disc label will face upwards.
If the console is placed vertically, the disc label will face to the right.
Check the non-printed side of the game disc for dirt or severe damage (such as scratches or cracks).
If the disc is dirty, try cleaning the game disc.
To clean disc:
Dampen a clean, soft, cotton cloth with water.
Use straight strokes and wipe the disc (non-labeled side) from the inside rim to the outside rim.
Using a dry part of the cloth, repeat step 2 to dry the disc.
After all of the water is gone, let the disc sit for at least
two minutes to completely dry before inserting it into the Wii console.
If the disc is damaged or scratched, it will need to be replaced or you can possibly taken it to a game store or movie store to get it resurfaced (buffed)
Try launching the program in compatibility mode. If this is a disc you're trying to install from, click on Start, goto Computer, go into your DVD Drive, right-click the Setup's EXE file, then Troubleshoot Compatibility.
If this is just a Setup EXE file you are trying to load on your computer you can do the same. Just right-click and select Troubleshoot Compatibility.
When you're presented with a list of options, select "This program worked in an earlier version of Windows", then hit Next. Just follow the prompts and then try installing it again.
So often computer software's are improvised by the manufacturer into another version much innovative than the prior. Usually, software updates may least improve the feature functionality only as a compatible version to another computer. The versions listings on the software are identification number provided by the manufacturer to distinguish between several programs of similar or prior establishment. Computer devices require a compatibility inspection prior to acquisition to achieve integration into the existing system. Usually new programs require inspection for compatibility to an existing computer prior to acquisition. In which instance, a new computer sets the alternative arrangement of compatibilities. First, the new computer is least expected to be compatible only encountering outdated software programs as a likely observation. A new computer continues to function with prior software's because is compatible. Usually, new software's perform better with newer computer as compatibility matches or feature functionality requirement to attain user experience. Print shop should perform as before with windows 7 computers only with compartibity that is observable on capability to be downloaded on the computer. An alternate arrangement includes acquiring recently innovated print software that would not only be compatible to the new computer but also modernized to achieve user experiences.
Insert a writeable CD or DVD into your
computer's CD or DVD recorder.
In the dialog box that appears, click Burn files to data disc.
In the Burn a Disc
dialog box, type a name for this disc, and then click Next.
It might take several minutes for the disc to be
formatted in the default Live File System format. When the formatting
is complete, an empty disc folder opens.
Open the folder that contains the files you want
to burn, and then drag the files into the empty disc folder.
You can copy files to the disc folder
by dragging them to the disc icon or to an open disc folder
As you drag files into the disc folder, they are
copied automatically to the disc.
If you have moved pics from your computer to the card and then inserted the card into your camera, the card is now formatted to the computer, not the camera. You're supposed to format the card in the camera.
Try this !
in the software application you are printing from
Open the document that you want to print.
2. On the File menu, click Print, and then click Setup, Properties, or Preferences.
Look for a Best Mode Setting
this printer has several modes one being draft mode, another one best mode
in best mode the printer uses memory to render the photo you are trying to print. Note that in this mode, printing takes longer and more memory is required from your computer. from page 17 of the hp k5400 user manual
Also you may have to increase the virtual memory of the windows pc to allow the computers hard drive to allocate more hard drive memory to the memory swap file if the computer's ram is not enough to print the photo.
It is a setting in the control panel under system - performance.
When you want to transfer pics off of your memory card you have several options.
Some newer model computers have memory card slots built in and you can just pop yours into the pc and download on your computer, or you can use the usb cable included with your camera and plug it directly to your pc.
I dont know about transfering to disc. My DVD CAM will only take a picture to disc or to card, but I cant transfer one to the other.
if any of this is confusing, you can just take your memory card to walmart or any photo store, so they can develop them.