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IQ Digital Photo Frame's start-up screen does not display

My aunt just bought this iQ Digital Photo Frame. Yesterday and the other day, I can still use it with my own means and watch photos and movies in it. Today, I was about to use it but then to my surprise, the start-up screen doesn't show but the Power is on. The green light that signifies that the power is on is lighting up. I just don't get it why it turned out to be like that. I am having suspicions that maybe it was because the last time I used it, it suddenly browned-out. Maybe something happend to the system or what. I just don't know what to do. HELP. :( The manual isn't helping. It just said that I should restart the Digital frame but then it didn't worked either. Can someone help me with this? Thanks ahead for your help. :)

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U should install usb driver 1.0 at the location of ur drive. or connect the camera with usb drive and install the driver version of 1.1. it will solved.


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I have an IQ Digital Photo Frame but the manual is in French I would like to be able to download the English version can anyone help please

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I just called the company because I have one as well. They told me that in the case of my photo frame I cannot transfer them from a pc. I need to buy a usb storage device or other devices to keep the pictures. That needs to be on the photo frame to view pictures. I am not happy with this since they should have told us that it would cost more money. I will never buy Philips again!

Posted on Jan 04, 2009

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Once you have the box connected with the usb cable to the computer, you have to tilt it towards connect to pc. You might have to do this a couple of times the picture on the display should change to a usb cable. Now if you go to my computer you will see where it says pan digital. Here is where you can add the pictures. I just did add pictures. If you want the pictures in a certain order you will have to name them otherwise there are displayed in alphabetical order. I found this after I loaded everything and wanted them in a specific order. Right now I am trying to add sound. I see that there is a speaker but not sure how to add sound.

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