Bought some years ago have never experienced any problems - recently however I changed my PC to a mac -OS X 10.5.2 - having sucessfully downloaded my first set of photos I now have an error message on the digital cameras led display saying CARD NOT INITIALIZED And now cannot use the camera presumablely I have to re initialise this card (where ever that lives ) because I am using Mac but can find no info to help. Any thoughts? Thanks in anticipation of your help in this matter
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hi there, since no one in your network is experiencing the problem, possible cause would be the wireless adapter of your laptop. try to reinstall your wireless network card driver and observe if you will be getting the same issue. if same issue occured, then you have to call your manufacturer for replacement of the wireless card
This is not caused by spyware.
A recent QuickTime update is the culprit. PowerPC Macs all over the world are experiencing this symptom. There's no known fix for it; hopefully Apple has a fix in the works.
Hi. It means the password has not been entered. I suspect this machine has not been RAM cleared properly after the battery was changed. What MAC code did you enter when you changed the battery and initialised it?
dear friend the problem is your pc system configuration u may need a graphic or video card to support your gameplay. you can even try out the software. 3d analyzer.. may be it can help you .but it is sure the thing is video memory .get or purchase a graphic card.
When that happens we say that the software is crashing. Usually you can fix this kind of problem by reinstalling Adobe/Macromedia Studio (Adobe bought Macromedia recently). If reinstalling macromedia suite did not help, then you will have to reinstall Mac OS. Normally Macromedia Studio MX is fully compatible with Mac OS X.3.
Funny your mention Aldus - they have been out of business for years now since they were bought out out by Adobe. This is very old software and cannot be run on anything but an old computer (vintage 10 years ago or so). Depending on the OS you are running, you can still get away with using PM 6.5 or 7.0 on XP or Mac OS9. PM is no longer made. InDesign is the replacement page layout program for newer systems. Hope this helps!
I bought the FA-66 because I use Cakewalk Sonar and they sell this interface on the Cakewalk site with thier name on it. I've had nothing but problems with this unit as described above. I've tried it on two different computer and it does not work on either. I also use an RME Fireface 800 on both these machines, same set up and it works flawlessly. Drop the Edirol/Roland FA-66 and try something else like an RME card or something. That would be my suggestion. It's a shame Cakewalk promots this piece of garbage. I've tried Edirol/Roland technical support and the guy just kept saying the sound card works fine, like it was just my problem.
I have several drives backed up and they work fine whenever they are imaged. anyway..
These drives are made for use in Windows and Mac enviorments. It is usually MAC users that have this problem.They are usually preformatted using fat32. because the drive is usually for storage fat32 is sufficent...but there are certain characters that fat32 dosen't care for...Do you have file naming scheme that uses odd characters? if so Those are the file names the error is refferring to. You may choose to reformat the drive using fat32(again) or NTFS(note fat32 has a better chance of data recovery just in case)your main hard drive might be NTFS.
The rest is only important if you use a MAC
Now if you have a MAC see below.
How do I initialise the external drive for Mac OS X?
Preparing the Seagate/Maxtor external hard drive in Mac OS X
Mac OS X cannot mount a FAT32 partition larger than 137 GB (128 GB binary value). Our partiton is 160 GB (149 GB binary value). Since your external drive comes with a large FAT32 partition preinstalled you will need to initialise the drive to use it in Mac OS X.
WARNING: Initialising or partitioning the drive will erase all data on the drive. If you have used this drive on another computer take the drive back to that computer and copy all data off of the drive before proceeding.
When the drive was plugged into the Macintosh you probably noticed a message reporting an error that it cannot read the volume. At this point you have the option to initialise the drive. If you missed that message you can initialise the drive manually.
Initialising the drive in OS X
If you see the volume error, you can click the Initialise option. If you do not see it, then go to Finder > Applications > Utilities > Disk Utility.
In Disk Utility: Select the external drive (149.05 GB). Be sure you select the correct drive before proceeding. If you have more than one 160 GB drive then be sure to select the correct one.
1. Go to the Erase tab.
2. Choose the type of partition (Mac OS Extended).
3. Type a volume label.
4. Tick the box that says "Install Mac OS 9 drivers". If this option is not selected, this device cannot be used by a computer running Mac OS 9. This option does not affect Classic.
5. Click Erase.
6. Read the prompt and Click on Erase again if you agree to erase all the data and you are sure the correct drive is selected.
7. The drive will now show on the desktop with a Firewire icon and the volume label as the name.
For more information on the FAT32 partition size limit in Mac OS X please read document number 107483 on Apple's support web site.
For more information about formatting drives in Mac OS visit Apple's support web site.
For more information about decimal versus binary capacity values visit our FAQ on the subject.
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