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Westinghouse 7" lcd picture frame internal memory not recognized

When i poweron the lcd picture frame, it does not allow me to access the internal 128meg memory. when i try to copy photo from sd card to the internal memory, it just says "failed"

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  • biju76 Nov 21, 2008

    I tried connecting it to the computer, but the internal memory is not getting mounted, I get error message saying " block 0 cannot be read".

    I get the same error message, when I try to copy photo, from SD card to internal memory.


  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    I connect the frame to the mac with the mini usb, nothing! nothing shows up on my computer.

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    my lcd picture frame wont accept any pictures will a firm ware download help with this issue

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You can copy files from internal memory to sd card only. Its one way data transfer.

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