Question about Cameras
I am trying to resuscitate a dead picture frame for my father-in-law. It is a Philips model 7FF1, and was purchased a few years ago. It is totally dead. I have tried hooking it up to my computer and turning the on/off switch repeatedly but the screen is blank. I inserted a new photo card with some test pictures to see if it might help but still the screen stays dark. I tried resetting the frame by pushing a pin in the little reset hole, but no luck. None of the FAQs seems to address this problem so I am writing you. Let me know if you can breathe life into this machine.
I encountered the same problem before
and I saved my photo frame by upgrading the firmware!
I was about to throw it into the rubbish bin!!!!
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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