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a tiny disk as in usb? you plug it into the usb port on the digi frame. if its a small sd card disk then you plug that in then go to menu button on your picture frame and surf the pics. . would help if you told me what digi frame you had but that should do it let me know if so would love a good rating.
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.
you probably wanted to put -em from the the camera in pc ..to edit ..and after that into the frame ...the things are easy ...the camera is connecting with the data cable ...and downloading its kids game ...puting em back to the camera just look into the my computer when the camera is connected and you will find it as a removable storage device ..that is the actually SD card..and copy paste em back ...in fact you can also proceed the same when you take em out ....after editing and so ...it depends on which way the frame accept info ...from usb cable ...from usb stick ..or from memory card...if the frame has memory card than you can just put the card into a card reader and load the photo direct with copy paste ...or ..if the frame has a cable connection you have to make the connection with your pc ...and upload pics or with the camera ...depend on the frame type ..and the way it connects ...for better and more precise information let me know the exact digi frame model ...or at least how it accepts uploads..
I own a mac and always use an external usb card reader to download my pics and it works great. Also, I know that you need to get your pics off first, but you may need to reformat you card at some point so that it will read faster and work quicker in your camera.
For your software issue, have you tried download the software from kodak's website? The program shouldn't cause your apple to crash. I would try re-installing it from there website.
It looks like this unit has a video out to a t.v. or vcr hookup. What you can do is download it to a vcr [ record it ] and pickup a vido frame grabber, what you are going to do is snag the photos from the video tape after recording them on tape. This is the only way unless you wish to tear up the unit; desolider the chip and using software retrieve the photos. If you are good with a solidering iron; digi key sells the usb port you woll need to replace. www.digikey.com