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Re: I can't transfer photos from computer folders to...
Ya it may a problem.
pictures have different resolutions and aspect ratios.
Your cam may have the larget highest resoution wich is lower than the resolution of pic what you have in your comp..
hope it helpd you..:))
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Download the last Firmware-File from Philips and extract it. In the extracted folder is a file called execute.bin. This file must be moved over the Micro-USB-cable to the internal root folder. After a restart the photo frame should be automatically install the last firmware.
First install the application which you receive with the picture frame on your computer. Connect the frame with your computer by using the USB cable. Once you have connected the frame, you will be able to see an additional drive in "My Computer". Just copy the pictures from your computer and save them in that new folder.
In some software, which come with the digital frames will create a program by themselves after the installation. In these case, you need to open the program and then connect the photo frame to the computer. After connecting, you will see that the frame will synchronize with the computer and you will see that the program which you have already opened will show you the drive of the frame, where you can just transfer the pictures from your PC to the frame.
Your PhotoFrame does not have internal memory acording to the Phillips data sheet, therefore you need to load your pictures directly onto a memory card (one from your camera will proabably work.) If that isn't convenient, you can generally get a good price on a SD memory card which is supported by your PhotoFrame.
If you wnat to transfer pictures from your PC to the memory card and have a card reader, you can transfer the pictures in Windows Explorier from your PC to the memory card and then plug the card into your PhotoFrame. If you do not have a card reader, plug the memory card into the PhotoFrame and connect it to your PC using a USB cable (you may have to buy one as acording to the Phillips data sheet it is not supplied.) When the PhotoFrame is pluged in it will appear in Windows Explorier as a new hard drive, and you can copy your pictures to it.
Look for an option when you open photo manager that says upload picture. Browse the locations then choose my computer, pictuers and click open the picture that you want in photo manager. Other wise, try to put/copy the picture in a new folder in you computer, then click cut and paste to photo manager.
My philips Photo Frame does not work. It just get the "Please Wait" message when I start the photo frame. But nothing happens after that. Can someone help me please. I have reset the button, but nothing happens.
You have to first download the images to your computer and Save them in a folder. Then connect the USB cable from the digital photo frame to the computer and transfer the photos you want onto the frame. Some time you have to change the photos name to alphabetic order so you photoframe will display the pictures in the correct order.