you probably have bad sectors in your drive.
do this, go to my computer
right click your c: drive and go to properties
go to tools and click the one that says error checking.
it may find a few errors and correct them, and also ask for a boot error-check, that is really what you...
the new computer i biult for the shop doesn't have a parallel so our printer wouldn't work, got a usb to parallel and it works just fine. you have to use special drivers though, so signs365 your stuff most likely was caused by the drivers.
the pump on ours just died and apparently the printer is 14 months old. it's an alright printer, but it's already had to have one head replaced and now the magenta is having problems as well. I clean the thing but no one wants to pay for replacement parts that i keep asking for, so it's just...
i've printed aluminum on a zund uvjet 215plus and a ganndinnovations 3150. Aluminum is one of the better printed materials IMHO. The ink bakes on WAY better than coro and it doesn't crack or anything on aluminum, HOWEVER, this isn't colorspan's ink.
haha, sucks man. try this. find a bitmap file some where on your computer, or make one and save it and remember where you save it. find it in my computer, then right click it and click properties. click the button that says "opens with" and change it from paint to photo paint.
Are you building it or buying a pre-built from dell or hp or something?
if it's only for work, video card does not matter, it's stupid when people try to say "well i hear the dx10 cards are WAY better for graphic design than the older cards". It has nothing to do with graphics, only thing it...
don't throw the computer out the window. Are the stickers raster images? If not, do they use a lot of gradients? And when you are saving as an .eps file are you selecting "preserve illustrator blah blah" the last check box? because that should be UNchecked.
Your cx 24 doesn't actually print anything. It cuts solid vinyl, and you can get as creative as you like with solid vinyl, it can be layered and layered to make very nice looking graphics. Depending on what you're trying to print, could probably be done in vinyl using your cx 24 alone.
i just put all the fonts in windows/fonts and dig through them in the program, it's nice having all your fonts installed and ready to go at all times, rather than turning them on and off (i've done it this way before). I guess some machines may not be able to handle 3000 fonts just as well as...
You mean the standard windows fonts? I do believe they will delete. I have done this before for some reason, can't remember and I know it doesn't screw anything up. How many fonts do you have? On most of the machines I'm working on I have around 3000.