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Installing brookstone photo viewer.... program hangs up on "initializing" following installation.

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  • Anonymous Dec 30, 2008

    Program gets hung up on initiallizing program.


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You might try connecting the keychain first and making sure it turns on upon connecting to your PC via the USB cable.

my problem is the photo viewer software that came with it doesn't find any JPG images to put on the keychain...it crashes everytime i click a folder to browse and i've removed and re-installed it twice now. what a piece of ****.

Posted on Dec 21, 2008

  • 04TL
    04TL Dec 21, 2008

    so i solved my own problem...

    basically the original software would crash whenever finding a directory with JPG files in them...this software, which is pretty much the same thing, actually works...

    http://taoelectronics.com/downloads/TAO%...


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