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How do I exit the setup mode.

I have had my PF7E in storage for quite some time. I just plugged it and when I inserted an SD chip the "Please Insert Memory Card" remained on the screen. I inserted a different chip and the screen went to a DCIM and MISC Thumbnail/Setup screen. I selected Setup and pushed the ENTER button on the back and went through the setup selections. When I got to the Exit Screen, I selected Yes and the frame went back to the DCIM/MISC Thumbnail/Setup screen. How do I get out of this loop so that I start seeing the pictures on the chip? The frame worked just fine before I put it away. Any help will be greatly appreciated

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Entering standby Standby requirements are different for notebooks and desktops.
For a notebook to enter standby, it must be running on battery power and have no external connections (such as Ethernet, USB, Thunderbolt, SD card, displays, Bluetooth, and so on).
For a desktop to enter standby, it must have no external media mounted (SD cards, USB, or Thunderbolt storage devices).
Exiting standby To exit standby, do any one of the following:
  • Press a key
  • Click the trackpad or mouse
  • Open the lid on a notebook
  • Plug in a power adapter on a notebook
  • Plug in a display
When the computer exits standby, the state of the system image stored on the flash storage is used to restore the system to its pre-standby state. The computer returns to full operation within a few seconds.
If you leave a notebook in standby long enough for the battery to deplete fully, the computer will shut down. You can recover your computer to its pre-standby state and any unsaved work should not be lost. To exit standby at this point, attach the computer to an AC power source and press the Power button.

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Installation CD & Quick Guide

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SD Card types

Ever since their introduction in 1999, SD cards have continuously been researched and developed as the most practical solution for mobile storage. The SD Card Association regulates the cards, and the presence of their logo on an SD card ensures that you are using an officially certified product, compatible with most devices available in the market.
Different SD card types developed as technology started requiring more and more storage, as applications and files increased in size.


SDSC cards were developed to improve the standard of the time, MMC. These cards had a storage limit of 2GB but at the time of their development that was quite an impressive value. The SDSC cards also featured an asymmetrical design to prevent users from inserting them the wrong way and damaging their devices. The cards also featured security circuitry for digital rights management content protection.


Released in 2006, the Secure Digital High Capacity format presented the world with an upgraded version of the storage card. SDHC is considered to be the 2.0 version of the storage card. The storage limit was bumped up to 32GB despite having the same physical and electrical construction. These cards sometimes have incompatibilities with older storage cards, and this is due to the extensive modifications made to the CSD register.


The Secure Data eXtended Capability format was released in 2009, defining the 3.01 specification of SD cards. These new cards support storage up to 2TB, which is an incredible amount of storage in such a small form factor. Besides the extended storage, the SDXC format brought many new features such as the Ultra High-Speed bus which allowed for faster data transfers of up to 104 Mbyte/s.

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My GoGear Raga MP3 Player is detected in my PC but when the time i access it. a pop-up will display and prompt "Please insert a disk into drive [g:]" and i look at the properties the file system...

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if not, it's obligatory that it shows 2 drives: one that can not be opened ( the drive "g" in your case ), the other is the one you can use to copy your data & files

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Memory chip

micro-SD memory card

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and then plug your USB cable into PC and u can see your chip details in My computer

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This is not designed to plug into your computer. The device has no memory to store photos or music. You have to copy your photos onto a USB thumb drive or a NON SD memory card.

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Storage path

On removable memory cards. Panasonic iPalm Digital Cameras are equipped with an SD Card Slot which allows the camera to store images on EITHER an MultiMediaCard (MMC) or an SD Memory Card. Simply insert an MMC or SD Card into the camera, take pictures until the card is full, then remove it or replace it with a fresh card. You can selectively erase any or all of the images from the either the MultiMediaCard or the SD Memory Card and reuse it. Storage capacity for the PV-DC3000-A (based on included 16MB SD Memory Card) SuperFine Mode* (2048x1536/low compression) up to 13 images Fine Mode (2048x1536) up to 27 images Normal/2x Digital Zoom Modes (1024x768) up to 69 images Burst Recording Mode (1024x768) up to 82 images 3x Digital Zoom Mode (640x480) up to 150 images Motion Image Recording Mode (12 sec. max./320x240) 9 sets TIFF Mode (2048x1536/no compression) 1 image Storage capacity for the PV-DC3010 (based on included 32MB SD Memory Card) SuperFine Mode* (2048x1536/low compression) up to 29 images Fine Mode (2048x1536) up to 57 images Normal/2x Digital Zoom Modes (1024x768) up to 145 images Burst Recording Mode (1024x768) up to 172 images 3x Digital Zoom Mode (640x480) up to 315 images Motion Image Recording Mode (12 sec. max./320x240) 19 sets TIFF Mode (2048x1536/no compression) 3 images

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