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Download the last Firmware-File from Philips and extract it. In the extracted folder is a file called execute.bin. This file must be moved over the Micro-USB-cable to the internal root folder. After a restart the photo frame should be automatically install the last firmware.
The issue may be due to the file types of the pictures you are sending to the frame. You did not include the model number of the frame, so I can't be sure of the file types it can display but generally, JPG file types enjoy the most compatibility on such devices.
You should determine the file types of the images you are sending to the display. While displaying the slideshow, make a note of an image that displays properly. Look at the the image on your computer and check the file details to learn which file type it is. Play the slideshow on the frame and double check as many as you can against the list / thumbnails on the computer. After a short time, a trend show be visible. You may find that JPG and GIF files display properly, but TIF and others do not.
If you want those pictures to display, you'll have to convert them to one of the file types that does display. If you're finding that only some JPG (or other displayable file type) do not display properly, you'll have to see what is different. Sometimes, very large files may not display correctly, or it may have "too much color" information (they might be a 16 bit graphic or 16 million colors instead of an 8 bit graphic or 256 colors), or some other issue that isn't readily apparent. You can try resizing or converting to yet another format that is supported by the display (GIF for instance).
This is a starting point - hopefully you'll find the issue within one of these suggestions. Good luck! Please rate my reply - thank you.
I looked at the specs of the photo frame and it looks like it does not have an internal memory. This would mean that you must buy a additional SD Card to put your photos on to display on the frame. The number of photos you can display thus depends on the size of the SD Card.
The number of photos that can fit on a SD card is also dependent on the quality of the photos. A good refference woud be the following: 4Gb SD card can hold about 1100 photos at 8 Megapixel quality.
Sadly, it's not designed to be fixable, and in any case a new LCD panel will cost more than a complete replacement digi-photo frame.
As it's out of warranty your only solution is to recycle it and buy a replacement. Brand name versions cost more but generally have a better image quality and longevity so "you pays your money and takes your choice".
Look for an option when you open photo manager that says upload picture. Browse the locations then choose my computer, pictuers and click open the picture that you want in photo manager. Other wise, try to put/copy the picture in a new folder in you computer, then click cut and paste to photo manager.