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I have a memory card stuck in my photo frame - Kodak EasyShare SV811 (8858946) Digital Picture Frame

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    just got my kodak easyshare w1020 frame and just tested with SD card, it worked fine, in excitement - to try some videos i put my sony digital camera pro duo card in it...hmmm..it got stuck...any help without damaging the device would be great

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I had exactly the same problem (i put a memory stick pro duo)!!! and i solved it (phew!)

dig into your manicure/pedicure set, if u have anything that is thin enough to get into the slot. u will need 2 of them, work your way to grab that memory stick on both sides and slowly bringing them up to surface. tweezers won't work because it's just too thick.

it's a pain, but you will eventually get there!! oh, and also good lighting. good luck!

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You probably have to push it in and that will eject it

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SOURCE: transferring photos from computer to picture frame

3 Doing more with your frame
Copying between your frame and computer Copy pictures, videos, and music via the included USB cable. For wireless copying (EX models only), see Picture transfer software—copying wirelessly.
Connecting to your computer autourg00722003id1479308.jpg Copying pictures to/from your computer Copy pictures, videos, and music between your frame and computer, using your computer's normal file copying tools. See info.jpg for applicable file formats.
spacer.gif spacer.gif spacer.gif spacer.gif 1. Connect the USB cable from the frame to your computer (Connecting to your computer).


autourg00722003id1967406.jpg 2. On your computer, open My Computer or Windows Explorer.

The picture frame appears as removable drives—one drive for each connected picture source in the frame, in this order: internal memory, memory cards, USB devices.

3. Navigate to the pictures you want to copy. Then drag and drop them to the new location.

4. Unplug the USB cable to view your copied pictures.

See your computer documentation for more information on copying files.
Copying pictures from EasyShare software It's easy to copy pictures/videos from My Collection to your frame.

  1. Install EasyShare software from the CD included with your frame (Installing the software).
  2. Connect the USB cable (Connecting to your computer).
  3. On your computer, open EasyShare software. Select the pictures in My Collection and drag them into the Picture tray.
  4. In the menu bar, select File ® Copy to.
    The picture frame appears as removable drives—one drive for each connected picture source in the frame, in this order: internal memory, memory cards, USB devices.

  5. Select the frame source to which you are copying.
  6. Select Best For Digital Picture Frame to reduce the resolution of the pictures you are copying. Full resolution is unnecessary and quickly fills up the frame's memory.
  7. Click Copy. Pictures are copied to your frame.
  8. Unplug the USB cable and press autourg00722003id1974433.jpg to navigate to your copied pictures.

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simply a format thing, you'll have to adjust your camera to take pics in the correct format, one your photo frame can support.

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