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Brookstone my life pocket album error

The photo resizer for this product gets an error message and closes down the program. Any way to get the file "photo resizer.exe"?

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I had the same problem. I lwas able to load more pictures because I bypassed the function. It is easy. Just open the resized picture file on your computer, then, copy (control c) the pictures you want, and then open the photo album device through "my computer" and paste into the appropriate album. My digital photo album was listed as F Drive in my computer.

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