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Help how do i get my music on my digital frame?

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There is quite a wide array of ways to do this but the first thing you need to do is ensure that you frame will support audio and also know what type of audio files it will support. Most frames comes with a USB cord and will plug into you computer and just read it as a mass storage device and allow you to transfer your audio though Windows Explorer. If your PC has a card reader you can also just plug your card into your pc and proceed as above also.

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