B Bucks® are the “money” you can earn as a registered user on BarbieGirls.com. You get B Bucks® when you play games, watch shows in B Cinemas™, design your online character for the first time, and enter special codes V.I.P. members can spend B Bucks® at the online stores in the mall to buy fashions, accessories, furniture, and more for their online characters. The more B Bucks® you earn, the more you can spend as a V.I.P. member! You can go to My B Bucks® to find out how you’ve earned and spent your online “money.”
If you’re a V.I.P. member, or if you’ve registered your Barbie Girl™ device online, you can adopt a virtual pet for free at B Posh Pets™. You can also adopt special online pets by entering the code that comes with specially marked Deco Packs for your Barbie Girl™ device!
A solid colored screen when opening Barbie® iDesign™ indicates an issue with the compatibility of your video card and DirectX®.Verify that your video card is compatible with DirectX® 9.0c and the driver is up to date.This can be done on your computer or video cards manufacturer’s website.
No. Each registered user gets one room and one character that can be customized. But you can change the look of your character and your room anytime! As a V.I.P. member, the more B Bucks® you earn, the more stuff you can buy to change the look of your room and your character.
Your friend must be in her room in order for anyone to visit. And she can only have 5 people, plus her, in her room. Here are some reasons why your friend’s room might not be available: your friend is not in her room; her room already has 5 guests, plus her; her room is locked and no one can come in; her room is set to “knock first” and she isn’t letting more people in.
You can copy music from your CDs and transfer it to your Barbie Girl™. You can even copy photos and other files to your Barbie Girl™. You can customize your Barbie Girl™ with cool snap-on outfits and accessories, and decorate your earbuds with snap-in earrings and beads.
If you see this image on your camera screen, it means the camera memory is almost full.Transfer pictures or video to your computer (and then delete them on your camera) or use the delete button on the camera to remove some of them.
Wireless devices can experience dead zones. This can be due to things such as large metal objects, thick concrete walls and pipes in walls. Move closer to the computer providing the connection to fix the problem.