Printing photo images from psp to a portable printer
I recently transferred some digital photos from my canera to my psp by simply putting in the card I am trying to print the images from my psp to my portable kodak printer via usb cord,are there any special commands that I may have to execute from the psp to make this work?
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Re: Printing photo images from psp to a portable printer
Hey roarkw, To my knowledge, in order to print photos from your PSP you will most likely need to transfer them to a computer that has a media card reader or back to your camera, assuming your portable printer has a camera docking station. The current PSP software version does not support an option to print photos, and only allows the PSP to serve as a photo storage/viewing device. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.
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You have two options. If you normally transfer your photos by connecting your camera to your computer, remove the memory card before making the connection. This will allow the computer to see the photos in the camera's internal memory.
You are better off to simply remove the card and either use your built in card reader or obtain a external USB card reader and transfer your images that way. All you have to do is open 2 "My Computer" windows. Simply drag your photos from your card to your C: drive.
If you haven't installed the image software that came with the camera, the operating system should nevertheless recognize the camera once you connect it to the computer. Typically, the internal and/or removable memory cards in the camera will show up as a separate drive on the computer. To transfer the photos, simply drag and drop or cut/copy and paste the image files from the memory card's folder to your designated image folder on your computer.
Connect your PSP to your computer via the usb cable with the current memory stick in and transfer your photos to your PC. Once complete, replace the old stick with the new one that you wish to put the photos on and transfer those files back from your PC to you PSP. Hope this helps.
Transferring images from a Memory Card to a Windows Computer
Follow the steps below to transfer images from a memory card to a computer running Windows.
Step one: Insert the memory card
Follow the steps below to insert the memory card into the HP All-in-One.
Turn the memory card so that the label faces left, and the contacts are facing
your HP All-in-One.
Insert the memory card into the appropriate slot on the HP All-in-One.
Some portable USB flash
drives with a read-only partition, such as U3 smart drives, might be
incompatible with the front mass-storage port on your HP All-in-One.
These read-only partitions are added by the drive manufacturer and may
include utilities and other software. Refer to the manufacturer for
additional details about your drive.
When the memory card is inserted correctly, the Photo light next to the memory card slots begins to blink. The message Reading...
appears on the color graphics display. The status light next to the
memory card slots blinks green when the card is being accessed.
If a memory card is inserted incorrectly,
the status light next to the memory card slots blinks amber and the
color graphics display shows an error message such as Card is in backwards
or Card is not fully inserted.
Never attempt to remove a memory card while it is being
accessed. Doing so can damage files on the card. Safely remove a card
only when the status light next to the slots is not blinking.
Step two: Transfer images without using the HP Photosmart software
After inserting the memory card into the
HP All-in-One, the memory card appears as a drive on the computer.
Follow the steps below to transfer the images on the memory card to the
Press the Photo
button to display the Photo menu.
Press the down arrow button (
) to select Transfer to computer
Follow the prompts on the computer to complete the transfer of images.
If there are photo files
on the memory card that have never been transferred before, a dialog
box on the computer asks whether you want to save the photo files to the
computer. Click the Transfer
option and all the new photos from the memory card are saved to the
computer.By default, the image files are saved in month and year folders
depending on when the photos were taken. The folders are created under
the C:\Documents and Settings\username\My Documents\My Pictures folder.
Your camera records photos on card. So, eject the card, put it onto any card reader, and simply copy your images onto PC.
Second tip - download or install USB driver for Your cam. After installing, connect it to PC. Your card appears like a new disc on Your system. Then copy photos.
Be careful! Don´t unplug the cam. Eject it from windows safely! And during transfer unplugging the card means data loss!
This idea may seem like a
no brainer, but I am not justtalking about printing out images from the
web. I am not even talking aboutprinting out a photo from your family
vacation. What I am talking about isusing your printer to print photos
that look like you just had them developedprofessionally. With some
high quality glossy photo paper, photo quality inkcartridges and a bit
of editing skills, you can print all of your favoritephotos with ease
without needing any professional help. And the beauty of itis, most
people use digital cameras these days rather than traditional 35
mmfilm, so the transfer is easy. You can even plug your camera directly
into someprinter models and print photos right off of the camera.
Ok, there are two options I'd suggest here. First option is to get a card reader, and copy the files onto a memory card this way. With many cameras it's possible to use the camera as a card reader, but many Canons don't support this function.
The alternative is to burn the pictures onto CD. Most photo labs will print images from CDs for you.
Do you have a memeory card reader? They work a lot faster than cable transfer. Get one if you don't, for about $10 or so, or borrow one to test your card. Then see if your memory card (the "disk") displays your pictures onto the computer through the card reader. If it does, your friend might have physically damaged the USB cable connector on the camera or the card socket inside the battery compartment (or, of course, you might have done so yourself somehow). As long as you have the card reader you'll still be able to transfer images.
If the pictures don't show up on the card reader, it's more likely the card itself was damaged, though you say you tried another card. If you've already downloaded the pictures, try reformatting the card (which will erase everything) and then give it another shot.