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Digital Photo Keychain--Can't Find Pictures within photo viewer's file manager to load

I purchased a digital photo keychain and have already loaded the photo viewer software onto my laptop. When I use the photo viewer's file manager to browe photos on my computer, (C/Program Files/Windows Photo Gallery) the only file that appears is en-US but there are no pictures within this file.

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That's the folder for the Windows Photo Gallery program. Your own photos will be in "My Pictures", "Pictures", or wherever your photo software put them.

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