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Can be for at least two reasons. The device did not survive the power outage. Special the sudden come back of the power, or the memory card is corrupted. Try to read the card in a external card reader connected to the computer. When it still has everything on it, it must be the photo frame what is defect. When the card is corrupted, try to format it, or when you don't have a backup, FIRST try to recover the data with a recovery program.
free software to recover your files on a memory card:
Image quality using default factory settings is awful. Colors are
over-blown, faces are washed-out, and highlights are cropped. People on
the internet compained that there is no brightness control -- there
is..but its hidden in a menu. Press the Setup button on the remote and
move to the "System" settings. I've found these settings produce a
fairly correct balance of color, detail, and brightness: * Brightness=5 * Contrast=1 * Saturation=2
Pandigital photo frames are an ideal way to display your collection of
digital photos. You can view photos with or without a computer using
just a memorycard,
but it's always a good idea to transfer the photos you'll want to view
frequently to the internal memory of your frame. This is also a handy
way to back up your favorite images.
Transferring Photos from a Memory Card
Your digital photo frame's
built-in software will recognize six types of memory card: CF I/II, SD,
MS Pro, MMC and XD. Locate the slot on the back of the frame (to the
left of the stand) that corresponds with your type of memory card. These
are labeled as follows: SD/MMC/MSPro/XD, CF I/II, USB and mini USB.
Insert your memory card into the appropriate slot, power on your digital
frame, and it will automatically begin a slideshow using every
available image on your memory card. Note that only JPEG formats under
16 megapixels are compatible.
Transferring Photos from a PC
Use the USB cable that came with
your frame. Connect the mini USB end to the mini USB port on the back
of your frame; connect the large USB end to your computer's
USB port. Double-click the "My Computer" icon on your desktop or in
your Windows "Start" menu. You'll see that your computer has
automatically assigned a drive to your digital frame---look for a device
called "Removable Disk" followed by a letter (Removable Disk E:, for
example). This is the folder that represents the internal memory of your
digital photo frame; you will be dragging your photos into this folder.
Next, open the folder in which you store your photos ("My Pictures,"
for example). Select the photos you want to transfer to your frame. Drag
them to the drive associated with your digital photo frame---this is
the "Removable Disk" drive you located within the "My Computer" folder.
Every photo you selected will then be copied onto your digital frame.
After the files are copied, disconnect your digital frame properly.
If you don't, your frame's internal memory could be damaged. Look for
the system tray in your desktop's
lower right-hand corner. Left-click the icon that shows a gray box with
a green arrow on top of it. Select "Safely Disconnect Hardware." A
dialog box will appear, asking you to select the device to disconnect.
Select the digital frame and click "OK." When the dialog box appears,
click "Close." You'll see a message in the lower right hand portion of
your desktop telling you it's safe to disconnect your frame.
Copying Photos to Your Frame's Internal Memory
You can use your frame's remote
control to copy photos from your memory card or computer to the photo
frame's internal memory. Connect your photo source (computer or memory
card) and have your frame's remote control handy. Access the "Home"
screen on your frame using the "Home" button on your remote control or
by pressing the "Home" button on top of the frame. Next, choose "Photos"
and press "Enter." You'll see all your photos in thumbnail form. Scroll
through them with the up and down arrows. Press the "+" key to mark
photos you want to copy (use "-" to de-select a photo). When you've
selected all the photos you want to copy, press "Set Up," then "Copy
Photo," "Enter," "Selected" and "Enter." A dialog box will ask you to
confirm your selection; with the cursor on "Yes," press "Enter." The
photos you selected will be copied to the frame's internal memory.
I had to fix my boss's digital photo frame today and it looks like it was a power supply issue. All i did to fix it was connect a usb cable AND the powersupply. The frame turned on right away. The power supply may not be able to output enough juice for powering up the frame.
Put the card back into the camera and off load/take off your pictures (Put them on the computer). Then, put the card back into the camera and go to your options menu. Find the format feature, and format the card. Take some new pictures and then try putting the card back into the picture frame. Does it work? If so, transfer the images from your computer back to the card. If it continues to work, then Great! If not, more than likely there is an improper or corrupt file among your photos.