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Can not download from my computer to my JP-147 photo frame

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    Dan rogers May 11, 2010

    why what error do you get. We need more info

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I had to download from my pictures to a usb device.I just double click on the picture I want. them plug in the usb device , right click amd sent the picture to the device. It will stop flashing when the picture is downloaded. unplug it from the computer install it in the picture frame and enjoy. Or at least this worked for me

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