Hey... um okay its been a while because i finally got my brothers cable to see if that was the problem but my camera isnt readable on computers... i thought that it was the cable but i just found out that it has something to do within my camera... does anyone have and idea what could be wrong... my sister thinks it's because she went through a metal detector when she went on vacation... but i highly doubt it... im getting really fustrated... please help
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The SX 4000 is a "Daisy Wheel" printer. A plastic Wheel with the letters embossed on them spin via the input of the keyboard. I would suggest that your Daisy Wheel mhas slipped its index, presenting a offset letter., or the wheel is on inproper, but I do not see how it could happen, short of forcing it on. You may have to buy another Daisy Wheel, if that one is broken at the hub. See:
Hey!!Make sure all the cables are connected okay and maybe try different usb ports!U can also go to your printers and faxes,RIGHT CLICK on the picture of the printer and click on use printer on line!!Hope it helps!!!
Try a different "data" cable between your computer and the external disk-drive.
Try connecting the unit to a different computer.
If it fails there, then the unit itself has a problem:
* the USB-to-disk-drive adapter (inside the casing) has failed;
* the disk-drive (inside the casing) has failed.
Disassemble the external unit, and remove the disk-drive. Connect it as a "slave" disk-drive in some Apple Computer, to see if the data on the disk-drive can still be accessed.
Check with LACIE, to see if their "warranty" is still valid, or if it has expired.