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User manual Panasonic, model PVPD2000

Manafacture: Panasonic
File size: 2.06 mb
File name: PVPD2000.PDF
Language of manual:en
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manual abstract

Memory can be broadly divided into RAM and ROM. RAM is an acronym for random-access memory, a type of memory which allows data to be read and stored freely. Software programs and entered data are stored in RAM. ROM, on the other hand, stands for read-only memory, a special type of memory which only allows data to be read. The ROM contains fixed data for programs of the particular computer. Q28: What is a bitmap? A28: A bitmap is a type of standard used for storing graphics created by the computer as a file. The graphics file is stored as a collection of extremely small dots. Q29: What is a dialogue box? A29: A dialogue box is a specialized window on Windows and Macintosh screens for displaying specific information and soliciting a needed response. Q30: What is a printer driver? A30: A printer driver is a program used to control how the computer and printer interact. The printer driver provides the printer interface and font designation, functions of the installed printer, and other necessary information to Windows and Macintosh systems. 52 Q31: Can the Digital Photo Printer print text created with word-processing software so that titles can be added to photographs and other images in the computer? A31: Text created with image-handling software (graphics software: painting software, drawing software, photograph retouching software) can also be printed with the image. Q32: Can the Digital Photo Printer print video scenes shot with a Video Camera? A32: You can print video scenes if your computer includes a video capture board (device which digitalizes video signals before sending them to the computer). Also, when images shot with a Digital Video Camera are sent to the computer, they can be printed with the Digital Photo Printer. For Panasonic Digital Video Cameras, a Personal Computer Connection Kit (sold separately). This kit allows data to be sent to the computer. (However, this kit can only be used for Digital Video Cameras equipped with a Digital Still-Frame Socket.) - ^ • Macintosh Q33: What is AppleTalk? A33: AppleTalk is the name of the LAN (local area network: an in-house computer network connecting a number of computers, printers, and other devices together) system standards and the network software for Macintosh computers. Q34: What is LocalTalk? A34: LocalTalk is a LAN standard for Appletalk that allows a computer network to be formed by simply connecting Macintosh computers together with a special cable. You cannot connect to a printer port when using a LocalTalk network. In this case, the modem port must be used. However, by setting “AppleTalk” to “Not Used", you can cut off the LocalTalk network connections and then use the printer port. Q35: What is PICT? A35: PICT is the standard format for Apple’s graphics files. Q36: What are the major computers capable of supporting high-resolution printing? A36 The following computers are compatible with this Digital Photo Printer. Macintosh series computers with a 68030 or faster CPU However, PPC603, 603eCPU, and 68030 CPU systems can also be used for high-resolution printing by setting the transmission method to “Customize”. 53 Precautions, etc. Before Requesting Service r Symptom Cause > Remedy The power cannot be switched on. •The power plug is not plugged in correctly. • Insert the power plug all the way into a wall outlet. No picture appears on the television screen. (video input) •The external video source is not connected properly. •Connect the external video source correctly, (p.9) •A device is connected to an S-VIDEO IN Socket, but you are attempting to use a VIDEO IN Socket. • Unplug the S-Video Cable connected to the S-VIDEO IN Socket. •The INPUT SELECT {VIDEO / PC CARD) Switch is set to “PC CARD”. •Set to “VIDEO”, {p.14) The printer does not print. •The Ink Cassette is not oriented properly, or was not pushed all of the way in. • Insert the Ink Cassette correctly, (p. 13) •There is slack in the ink film. •Take up the slack in the ink film, {p. 12) •The Paper Cassette is not oriented properly, or was not pushed all of the way in. • Insert the Paper Cassette correctly. (P-13) •The paper was loaded upside-down. • Load the paper correctly, {p. 12) •The internal temperature of the printer is too high. •Wait. Printing is not of the expected quality. •The paper being used is not of the specified type. •Use the specified paper. (P-11) •The paper was not loaded correctly. •Load the paper correctly, (p. 12) •The ink film or paper is dirty. •Use clean supplies. •Condensation has formed. •Wait. The printed colors are not right. •The print image has not been adjusted correctly. •Adjust the print image correctly, (p. 18) The printed pictures are distorted. •The printer is located near a television, video game machine or other source of electromagnetic waves. •Move the printer so that it is at least one meter away from the television, video game machine, etc. •The printer is located near a stereo spe...


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