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Re: problem printing pictures
That card is probably too big for that card reader in the printer to read. You have to have a card reader that can read Secure Digital High Capacity cards. The most you can probably get out of the card reader on the printer is either 1 or 2 gb secure digital.
You might be able to get away with using the pictbrige connection on the printer and print that way as long as the memory card is loaded into the camera.
If that doesn't work you will have to get a card reader that can read SDHC cards.
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The PictureMate only read standard, or "non-progressive" JPEGs. If you save the JPEGs as progressive (perhaps without knowing it), the printer won't read them and you'll get question marks.
The only solution is to open and re-save the photos, being careful to use the "non-progressive" option.
On the printer, hit the Menu button, and then the Maintenance Menu. Run the print test, and then hit "NO" when it asks you if the design is correct (even if it is.) This will send the machine to an automatic self-cleaning which ended up solving my "printing in pink" issue.
try to set the resolution of your epson, to picture quality or something like that.also you have to identify if the picture you are printing is same or big as the papar you are using, its possible that is in the picture it self.hope it help, :)
THERE is a tweak with the cards you insert on your picture mate, to be honest these things dont recognize memory cards that are above 2 gig. they also dont recognize some brands. the most compatible as per experience is sandisk
I had the same error and I could find no information on what it was or how to fix it so I decided to go trial and error. What I found is that this relates to the print head not being able to completely pass from the left to right side during startup. I had a plastic carriage on the one side that was stuck in a position that stop the carriage from make the complete run from side to side. When I forced the plastic carriage down and it clicked into place the error stopped and the printer started up normally with no codes. If anything is causing the print head to not travel completely from left to right during startup, this will probable cause the code. It will be hard to see if the print head is being obstructed if you don't remove the sides. I hope this helps.
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.