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You are able top download Kodak Software on www.kodak.com/go/downloads and follow the prompts, however when connecting your frame it should show as several drives and one of those will open, the rest will give an error when trying to open. You are able to simply drag your pictures into this drive and it will display on the frame. There is no need to install the software.
The setup file is on the frame. Connect the frame to your computer w/ the USB cable. Go to MY COMPUTER. Look for your frame as a removable device and open it up. There is a blue icon called "setup." If you click on it, it will start to download to your computer. If you can't find it, you can download from Smartparts website at this link: http://smartpartsproducts.com/content/support/optipix/optipixlogin.php
I don't know if you can use this as a workaround just so you can get to using your new frame until you figure out the software program. Most of the frames have a slot for a memory card so you can choose to load pics directly into the frame itself with software and cords attaching the frame to the computer OR pop in a memory card and let it read from the card instead. My understanding is some frames do not take a card larger than 2gb so peek at your manual for that. I have a few cards dedicated to my frame(s). I move the pics from the camera card to the computer then choose the ones I want to move to the card for the frame. Of course only the best shots go there so people think I'm a good photographer :-) he he. Hope this gets you looking at your pics. Nothing like having a new present you can't use.
I had this same problem and after playing with it for several hours, I discoverd the software that came with the frame was copying my photos to the "D" drive. Since my frame was connected to my computer through the "g" USB, of course the photos were never copied. So I went the the Smartparts software (that came with the frame) and found the folder which was saved on the "d' drive. I then did a simple "copy to" "g" drive (this is where my frame was connected to. If these instructions are clear, ask again and I will try to further help you. Good Luck!
Connect the frame to the pc. Look in my computer - it will be a device with removable storage. - drag and drop pics or a whole folder of them to the frame. If the PC isnt picking up the frame at all... try a USB port in the back of the computer. Also make sure the frame is powered on!