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You can use MS Paint application that is preinstalled in your system(if using windows). Or Microsoft office picture manager. Open a file in anyone of them and then click on "Save as..." in file menu. And, when a window opens up then select save as type and from there select bmp or jpg,etc


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All new jpg photos that I now add to my transcend pf830 are displayed with a "?" on the drive and say "not supported". All those added before still display but when the slideshow reaches one of those...

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Hi uplate

the image should be called oemlogo.bmp

rename this file to oemlogo-old.bmp
open up "oemlogo.bmp" using paintbrush and save again as oemlogo.bmp making sure that it is going to be saved in the same place ie c:\windows\system32
once done either edit the oemlogo.bmp file or create a new image file, making sure that your new image file is the same pixle size as the origional oemlogo.bmp file.

my current oemlogo.bmp file is quite small, but experement to see what is best.

I initially found out how to do this from the following link. not all systems have this oemlogo.bmp file but you should be able to create one and save it in the system32 folder without issue.

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hi prem,

i really cant answer your question but im hopeful that maybe this link will help you in your troubles.

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