Barbie Doll`d Up Nails Software Download For Mac

 

The Barbie Doll’d Up Nails Digital Nail Printer interfaces with a PC to let your 8yr or older little girl create her own custom nail decals that paint right on her fingers. She can even import. Barbie®, style icon and beauty expert, struts into the app-mosphere with this exciting nail design application – putting her beauty inspiration right at your fingertips! Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ for the iPhone lets you create trendy nail art designs just like salon professionals! Choose from countless patterns and stylish graphics. Doll'd Up Nails™. Barbie®, style icon and beauty expert, struts into the app-mosphere with this exciting nail design application – putting her beauty inspiration right at your fingertips! Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ for the Windows Phone lets you create trendy nail.

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I bought on eBay the Barbie doll'd up nail printer for my girlfriend and daughter. These nail printers are long out-of-production and also the ink cartridges are scarce. Also the software is hard to install on modern operating systems.Problem 1: Installing the Nail printer softwareI downloaded the Windows 7 software package 'Nail_Printer_Update_v1.0.0.24.exe' from http://service.mattel.com/us/technicalproductdetail.aspx?prodno=V5152&siteid=27&catid=506.When i tried to install it onto my Windows 7 x86 laptop it gave an 'error -1603' when installing the printer driver. The main application installed fine. I traced the problem to a multi-lingual issue in the package. The package supports multiple language, but misses the files for languages other than english. My solution was to duplicate some folder for language of my operating system (dutch).1. Execute 'Nail_Printer_Update_v1.0.0.24.exe' which you downloaded from service.mattel.com2. Navigate with Windows Explorer to your temp folder during installation, for me: C:UsersLaptopAppDataLocalTemp3. During installing two temporary folders will appear. In one of the folder there are two installation files: 'Barbie Doll'd Up Nails Printer Driver (x86).exe' and 'Barbie Doll'd Up Nails Printer Driver (x64).exe'4. Copy the 'Barbie Doll'd Up Nails Printer Driver (???).exe' to a temporary location, for instance the 'desktop'5. Execute the 'Barbie Doll'd Up Nails Printer Driver (???).exe' from the desktop6. Again watch the temp-folder for a file: 'Barbie Doll'd Up Nails Printer Driver.msi' and copy it to your 'desktop'7. Execute from command-line: msiexec /a 'Barbie Doll'd Up Nails Printer Driver.msi' /qb /targetdir=c:barbie This will extract the contents of the MSI to disk8. Navigate with Windows Explorer to 'C:barbieprogram filesMattelBarbie Doll'd Up Nails Printer DriverMLDOprci386'9a. Make a copy of the folder 'English' and rename the copy to your language. Possible languages: english, arabic, chi_simp, chi_trad,czech,danish,dutch, finnish,french,german,greek,hebrew, hungaran,italian,japanese,korean,norwegan, polish,portibrn,portbrzl,russian,spanish,swedish,turkish9b. Another option is to modify the file 'MLDOprc.inf'. Look for '%LANG_PATH%' and replace all occrences with 'English'.Problem 2: My ink cartridges were dry as a desertI made holes in the ink cartridge and injected hot water with a syringe. Because of the hot water the ink became liquid again.The water also ruined the ink. I had to make a hole for Yellow. The holes for Magenta and Cyan were already marked on the cartridge with an identation. The two identation closest to the printhead-connectors were for the color Magenta (Redish).The identation in the right-bottom corner is for Cyan (blueish). Next to the Cyan identation i had to make a hole without a marker, but there is the Yellow ink compartment.I looked at the pictures here to drill holes: http://www.printerfillingstation.com/Refill-Instructions/Lexmark/L8.htmProblem 3: How to get good ink in it.I drained the ink cartridges with the syringe and took ink from some Pixma MX870 ink cartridges. Although this did work somewhat, the quality was very poor.Some good tips:* Cover the other holes during refilling otherwise the ink might flow into the chambers of the other colors.I've ordered Lexmark 43 cartridges as these seem quite similar. It will arrive in a few days and i hope it will work.The Lexmark 43 XL cartridges do seem to work. I've not yet tested it thouroughly though.Problem 4: How to get rid of the humongous AC/AC Converter.My printer came with a US adapter, with a AC/AC Converter (230V->115V). If i get the ink cartridge to work correctly it needs to be replaced. AC adapter: DC24V, 500mA, Connector: yet to be determined, inner +, outer -Barbie Doll`d Up Nails Software Download For Mac

Barbie Doll`d Up Nails Software Download For Mac Os

    • What are the best kind of batteries to use in Fisher-Price® and Mattel® products?

      A.We recommend using alkaline batteries with our products, as they are great for long-term use and help optimize performance. We don't recommend using Carbon-Zinc batteries. While Carbon-Zinc batteries may work well with low-power devices, they can drain after a short period of time and cause certain products to not function properly.

    • Do I have all the parts I need to use the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer?

      The following items are in the Barbie Doll'd Up Nails digital nail printer package. Please be sure to unpack the box completely.

      • Printer Power Adaptor
      • USB Cable
      • Ink Cartridge inside foil pouch
      • While Polish
      • Pre-print Coat
      • Top Coat
      • CD-ROM
      • Alignment Card
      • Quick Start Guide
      • Instruction Manual

      To further verify you have all of the parts to use the Barbie Doll'd Up Nails digital nail printer, follow these steps to download an instructional video:

      • Download the video
      • Click Save
      • Save File to your Desktop
      • When the download completes click Open
      • Extract the video to your Desktop
      • Locate the file on your Desktop and double-click on the video to watch
    • How do I install the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer ink cartridge?

      For a video walk-through on installing the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer ink cartridge, follow these steps to download an instructional video (written instructions can be found below):

      • Click Save
      • Save File to your Desktop
      • When the download completes click Open
      • Extract the video to your Desktop
      • Locate the file on your Desktop and Double-Click on the video file to watch

      Ink Cartridge Instructions

      • Remove the ink cartridge from the packaging
      • Remove the tape, being careful not touch the contacts
      • Open the printer lid. The ink cartridge carrier will move to the right
      • Press down on the black lever to open the carrier
      • Insert the ink cartridge, contact end first
      • Close the cartridge carrier lid until it snaps into place
      • Close the printer lid
    • How do I properly connect the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer to my computer?

      To see how you connect the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer to your computer, follow these steps to download an instructional video (written instructions can be found below):

      • Click Save
      • Save File to your Desktop
      • When the download completes click Open
      • Extract the video to your Desktop
      • Locate the file on your Desktop and Double-Click on the video file to watch

      Driver Installation Instructions(Note: Do Not Plug the printer into the computer until the software is installed.)

      • Install the software
      • Plug the printer into the power outlet and then the computer
      • If your computer doesn't recognize the printer, unplug the USB cable, wait a few seconds and reconnect
      • If problems persist, please consult the troubleshooting section of the instruction manual
    • How do I align the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer?

      The following steps will assist you in downloading an instructional video, which will walk you through aligning the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer (written instructions can be found below):

      • Click Save
      • Save File to your Desktop
      • When the download completes click Open
      • Extract the video to your Desktop
      • Locate the file on your Desktop and Double-Click on the video file to watch

      Camera Alignment Instructions

      • Launch the software
      • The camera settings window will appear
      • Insert the alignment card
      • The bars above and to the left of the camera window adjust the pink oval to align with the printer alignment card
      • The bar to right of the camera window adjusts the zoom
      • The Brightness and Contrast can be adjusted by the bars at the top of the camera settings window
      • Click Save
      • Click OK

      Printer Alignment Instructions

      • Click the printer button located near the alignment adjustment bar
      • A vertical red line will print alignment card
        • If the line is directly in the center, the printer is properly aligned
          • Click Save
          • Click Ok
        • If the line is right of center, move the scroll bar to the left; if the line is left of center, move the scroll bar to the right
          • Click the printer icon to test again
          • Repeat process until the line is centered
    • How do I print on my fingernail using the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer?

      Follow these steps to download an instructional video that will walk you through printing with the Barbie® Doll’d Up Nails™ digital nail printer (written instructions can be found below):

      • Download the video
      • Click Save
      • Save File to your Desktop
      • When the download completes click Open
      • Extract the video to your Desktop
      • Locate the file on your Desktop and Double-Click on the video file to watch

      Printing Instructions

      • Apply the White Polish and Clear Pre-print Coat (Note: The Pre-print coat must be applied before printing nail designs to prevent smearing)
      • Launch the software
      • Click Design & Print
      • Place your finger into the finger slot pressing back until the wall moves and the mechanism rises up
      • Click the camera icon
      • Press the left button on the printer when it flashes
      • Remove your finger
      • Select a design
      • Use the tools to adjust the design
      • Click the print icon
      • Place your finger into the finger slot pressing back until the wall moves and the mechanism rises up
      • Line your finger up with the design on the computer screen
      • Press the flashing button on the printer
      • When printing is complete, press down on the finger slot and carefully remove your finger
      • Let the design dry
      • Apply a top coat to keep the image
    • How should I position my finger for best results?

      The following steps will assist you in downloading an instructional video that, provides helpful tips on positioning your finger correctly.

      • Click Save
      • Save File to your Desktop
      • When the download completes click Open
      • Extract the video to your Desktop
      • Locate the file on your Desktop and double-click on the video file to watch
    • I chose an image from my Barbie® Doll'd Up Nails photo library to use as a base, but it doesn't show up.
      Check the file type. Barbie Doll'd Up Nails app does not support TIFF files.
    • How do I import my design into the Doll'd Up Nails Digital Nail Printer?
      • Open your e-mail.
      • Save the nail design to your desktop.
      • Open the software.
      • Go to import.
      • Browse to find the nail design on your desktop.
      • Click ok.
      • Your design will be saved in the Mani By Me folder.
    • When trying to take a picture or print I receive a Camera/Printer is busy error.

      The Camera/Printer busy error appears when there is a communication error between the printer and the computer. To correct this issue:

      • Close the software
      • Open Control Panel
      • Open the Printers & Faxes
      • Double-click the Mattel Barbie Doll’D Up Nails Printer
      • Delete any nail prints that are in the queue
    • When trying to take a picture or print I receive a Camera/Printer has failed error.

      The Camera/Printer has failed error appears when there is a communication error between the printer and the computer. To correct this issue:

      • Close the software
      • Unplug and re-plug in the power cord and USB
      • Wait for the printer to turn on
      • Restart the software