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Reloading memory card to use it in digital photo frame

Some photos from my computer, when reloaded to the Sony dsc p32 memory card to display in a digital photo frame, turn out to be a kaleidoscope of color instead of the picture. Some of those reloaded are from the Kodak web site where my family uploads their pictures to share. I download them to my computer, then to the memory stick. I have scanned very old slides into my computer, then onto the sony memory card. Those display just fine on the digital photo frame.
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Re-formatt the memory stick.

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