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TruTech 7-Inch Digital Photo Frame won't load USB Thumb Drive

Loaded two different USB 2.0 thumbdrives with *.jpg formatted images. Inserted into the frame, and powered up. However, the frame will not load the pictures. The memory card (from my camera) works just fine. QUESTION: What compatable USB thumbdrives work with TruTech 7-Inch Digital Photo Frame?

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Try a new unformatted SD card (now they are around $10/1GB).

Posted on Jan 12, 2008

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Most digital photo frames do not have internal memory and require external media to be plugged in permanently. Only the expensive ones have there own memory and usually not a lot.

Get an SD card and move your photos to it, that way you won't need to have the USB drive sticking out of the frame. That's if the frame has an SD slot.

Posted on Jan 14, 2008

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Hi have you checked the photos you put onto the frame are in the same format that the frame takes check this then get back to me ok

Posted on Mar 31, 2008

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SOURCE: TruTech 7 inch digital photo frame

Anyone know why some thumb drives can be read by the trutech digital pix frame and some can't???

Posted on Dec 08, 2008

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Hi, u need to arrange the photos by size or by alphabetical order in your desktop first, then u need to transfer it to ur pendrive, then plug it to ur device everything will b fine then. Rate the soln dude plz n tell me what happened

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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