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Wont print pictures from memory card or pictbridge port

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  • whiteteela Jul 08, 2008

    its kodak ESP3

  • whiteteela Jul 08, 2008

    yes have put memory card in lights up green but when i press the print button nothing comes out on the paper also wont print with camera plugged in pictbridge port

  • whiteteela Jul 08, 2008

    only got the printer yesterday prints pictures off the pc and can obtain the pictures from the memory card onto the pc but i thought u could print the pictures using the memory card slot or the pictbridge without havibg to use your pc thanks

  • whiteteela Jul 08, 2008

    yes have chosen picture on camera and chose print option on camera but nothing happens it is def pictbridge camera thanks

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What is the exact model of the printer?
Thanks,
Lee

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    Lee A. Jul 08, 2008

    You can insert a memory card directly into one of the memory card slots on the Kodak ESP 3 All-in-One printer. The printer supports connection of only one memory card device at a time.
    The green LED memory card light located to the left of the memory card slots flashes while the card is being accessed.
    Important To avoid damage to the memory card, do not remove the card while the LED is blinking.
    Memory Cards Supported
    The Kodak ESP·3 All-in-One printer supports the memory cards used in most digital cameras.
    XD xD-Picture Card
    MS Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro
    SD Secure Digital Card/Multi-MediaCard
    CF Compact Flash type I and type II, including microdrives
    SDHC Secure Digital High Capacity cards
    The printer also supports the following memory cards with Memory Stick and SD/MMC card slot adapters you can purchase.

    Memory Stick Duo

    miniSD

    MicroSD (TransFlash)

  • Lee A.
    Lee A. Jul 08, 2008

    Have the cards worked before and now they don't also has pictbridge worked before and now it doesn't? Have you tried uninstalling and re-installing the software/drivers?
    Keep me posted and I will do my best to solve your problem.
    Thanks,
    Lee


  • Lee A.
    Lee A. Jul 08, 2008

    Print Pictures from a PictBridge Camera
    You can print pictures on your Kodak ESP 3 All-in-One printer directly from a PictBridge camera. The camera controls the photo selection and printing.
    1
    Load the paper tray with photo paper, print side down.
    2
    Connect a PictBridge camera to the USB port. The first photo is displayed on the camera.
    3
    Use your PictBridge camera to select and print the pictures.

    Those are the steps for using PictBridge. I assume your camera is PictBridge compatible? Also it looks like you can only copy from the memory card to the computer. Though I usually keep a copy of the pictures on a hard drive and a DVD for back up. You can never be to careful and should have at least 2 stored copies of important pictures.
    Hope this is everything you need.
    Thanks,
    Lee


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