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Will not display photos

Frame has worked perfectly for more than a year. The other day when I switched it on, I got a blue-bordered white box on the screen with red lettering saying "NOT SUPPORT - RECOMMEND - 640 X 480 60HZ". This appears each time unit is powered on now, and cannot get frame to function.

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  • Anonymous Nov 16, 2008

    same issue, anyone help??

  • jrs125 Dec 15, 2008

    same exact problem ....

  • pcalexander Jan 12, 2009

    The same thing has occurred to me. What is the solution?

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"NOT SUPPORT - RECOMMEND - 640 X 480 60HZ" You can find an update for this problem here:http://www.dsicentral.com/support/800update.html

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