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the PANDIGITAL Pandigital 7" Digital Photo Frame is not computer dependent. you simply put the images you want onto a memory card and put the memory card into the frame. in other words, you can use it with any version of windows, mac, or Linux.
This frame cannot initialize; this is an internal memory issue. Connect the frame to your computer with the USB cable and to the AC
outlet. Now turn it on. Under Computer or My Computer, look for a
Pandigital (X:) drive.
If you see that drive, right click on it
and select Format. Choose FAT or FAT32 as the file system, check
Quick Format, then Start. Once it finishes, unhook the frame and
If you do not see that drive, your frame is toast.
Grab your receipt and return to the store or call the company.
Size limit depends on exact model. Anything over 4GB will almost certainly not work consistently with any. model 1GB or less should work with any model. None of the images should be stored in folders, and all should be jpeg format (.jpg). If any of them have been edited, they may be saved as Progressive jpeg or something similar even if the extension (.jpg) remains the same. If you resave the missing photos in as JPEG in MS Paint, it should ensure they are compatible. You may have to format the memory card and re-add the photos to make sure it will work,