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Just purchased picture frame but it has no instructions on how to load media onto memory card

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  • anrae Oct 28, 2008

    I would like to delete and add more photos but I don't have the instructional manual.

  • Anonymous Feb 16, 2009

    I have the 7" LCD Digital Frame and I have the instructions. HOWEVER, the software inside the frame is severely malfunctioned. In the instructions is a step that says "Some computers may not recognize the device on first try.If after a few minutes, the external drivers are not seen, unplug and turn off and on." The problem is once the power cord is connected the frame, the screen shows SYSTEM START.... but the power switch is still off. I am not able to turn the device off or access the memory. I'm heading back to the store now for a refund.

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SOURCE: just bought a sunpak 7"

I have found that when you have the source of the photo files connected to the picture frame and are viewing from the menu it says "USB" Select the photos you what to paste by following the instructions and then change the "Device" to "favorites" and the paste by pressing the "enter" button.You can only paste about 10 files or photos at a time...so if you have allot it take a while. hope this helps

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

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can't load pictures to my frame .and how do i keep them on the frame

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