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I have a compact flash card in my digital camera and I am not sure how to load specific photos onto the DBF-0802. I do not want to damage the card before I start. Abd also, how do I load images that I have saved on my computer to the frame. Sorry if this seems like stupid questions but the manual is kinda sparse. Thanks, Adele

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The digital frame only has 8mb of Internal memory, And if you’re using a high-resolution camera that means you’re only going to get a few pictures loaded into the internal memory. You would be a lot better off playing your pictures directly from the CompactFlash card. Once you place a flash card into the frame it automatically should go into a slide presentation mode and then you should do is hit play.As far as loading it from your computer you need to get a mini USB cord and connect that to the computer and the frame. Once the computer recognizes the frame you can do the transfer.

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SOURCE: Westinghouse DPF-0802 does not display all photos on my SD card

You need to download them onto the frame

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