Question about PANDIGITAL PAN 70-0 7.0" LCD Digital Picture Frame With Remote
I don't know if you can use this as a workaround just so you can get to using your new frame until you figure out the software program. Most of the frames have a slot for a memory card so you can choose to load pics directly into the frame itself with software and cords attaching the frame to the computer OR pop in a memory card and let it read from the card instead. My understanding is some frames do not take a card larger than 2gb so peek at your manual for that. I have a few cards dedicated to my frame(s). I move the pics from the camera card to the computer then choose the ones I want to move to the card for the frame. Of course only the best shots go there so people think I'm a good photographer :-) he he. Hope this gets you looking at your pics. Nothing like having a new present you can't use.
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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