Re: How do I put pictures in the key chain slide show...
Make sure the camera is on when you insert it via usb, check in the camera setup that it is set for PC USB.
Did the camera come with any drivers?
It is possible that the camera needs additional driver in order for it to operate correctly on the PC.
What operating system are you using?
More detail would be helpful, but what does it say on the screen when you plug the camera in?
Does it install it correctly or does it say there is a problem?
If it loads correctly the a new drive should appear in 'My computer'
Come back with more detail, I might be able to help more
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maybe you did not properly select the right application in your tv... example if you play movies go to movies menu and if thats music go to music menu and also for pictures go to picture menu......or the format of you data is not supported of you TV..
Consider NOT connecting your camera to your computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use iPhoto or any other photo management program.
try connecting to a different usb port and if still that happens ...remove the motherboard drivers and restart the system and than plug in the camera if it doesnt restart install the drivers again from the dell support website ... support.dell.com u have to put in ur service tag and than down load the drivers required and see if the issue is resolved or not if not than u have to reinstall windows
Mine did the same thing and after searching through countless google searches, I was ready to take it back. However, when I opened it up to take out my old laptop drive I noticed that the drive was not connected properly. It is possible to simply slide the old drive under the proper connectors where it will seem like it is connected fine. You may notice that it sticks up in the back a bit. Remove your drive and make sure that it slides in and connects flush. Once I did this, I plugged it in before screwing the case back together and my computer recognized it right away. I plugged the red USB into my PC only. Good luck.
Plugin the keychain to the USB The keychain shows up as a CD Drive in My Computer. Open up the drive Copy the file ImageViewer4.exe to the Desktop Run ImageViewer4.exe by double clicking on the file The pictures have to be in the folder My Pictures; they will not work within a folder that is inside the My Pictures folder Now you should be able to select and add your pictures from the My Pictures folder If you still get an error, click on the Format Device button and then try the above again.
Plug the frame into the usb slot on your computer. Open up the folder with your pictures on it. Then open up my computer and look for the drive that is the frame. Drag your pictures right to the frame,s drive.,
You must first install the drivers that came with the frame. Then connect using the supplied usb cable. If the drivers are installed, it should just show up in you windows explorer like any other removable storage would. You can then drag and drop the pictures you want to copy from your computer to the frame. Or right click on the picture you want to copy and then scroll down to "send to" and click on the removable drive associated with your frame (usually drive e, f, or g depending on your computer configuration). You may also use the EasyShare software supplied with the product. The frame does not have very much internal memory and will fill up quickly with high resolution pictures. It may be best to just put your pictures on a usb thumb drive and plug that into the frame. Then turn on the frame and a slide show will start automatically.
I'm sorry you're having trouble with this. I have put together a picture that shows where the mini-USB plug is supposed to be attached to the camera. I hope it helps. This picture actually shows plugging the AV cable into the receptical, but right behind it is the mini-USB port. This is where you connect the USB cable. It looks like you have to lift the flap on the corner to reveal the plugs.