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How transfer photos from computer to pandigital


First...make sure the format of the photos is
compatible with the frame...JPG would be the best
choice.

I'm guessing the frame has an SD memory card?

Do you have an internal or external media reader?

If_Yes_try the following steps......

Insert the SD Card in your media reader and go to...
Start / Computer.

The media reader should be recognized as one or
more Removable Disks and each will have a drive
letter.

Example:
Removable Disk (F:)
Removable Disk (G:)
Removable Disk (H:)

Left click each Removable Disk until you reveal the
Root Directory of the SD Card.

(If not....the frame (connected by USB) may be listed
as a Removable Disk)

OK...now that you know the drive letter...if you right
click a selected group of photos or a complete folder
you should be able to choose...Send to / Removable
Disk (?:)...this should copy the photos to the SD Card.

Be sure the photos are in one or more folders because
the number of photos you can copy to the root directory
will be very limited. And you will receive the following error:

"Cannot copy XXXX: The directory or file cannot be created"

Jan 31, 2015 | Photography

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Format removable disk H


To format the removable disk:
  1. Click the start menu and go to My Computer
  2. Find the removable disk listed here
  3. Right-click it and choose format
  4. Customize it or leave as default settings and choose format.
  5. When it is complete you will be able to use the disk.

Note: Make sure it's an actual removable storage device and not a multi-card reader or other internal device.

May 12, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Hi, i have a toshiba l305 laptop i often to ask hdd password to open. but i am scared to have it, as well more difficult for me to rebuilt


The hard disk password is used to protect data on your hard disk.
If the hard disk is moved to another laptop the hard disk cannot be access unless you enter the password.
To remove the hard disk, go into your laptop BIOS configuration - security - BIOS & Hard disk password - go to hard disk password - remove password (you need to enter the hard disk password to get permission to remove this password).

May 01, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My hard drive stop working and cant open it am no good on computer would like to talk to someone on the phone if it possible my number is 705-969-8679


If the disk-drive has "failed", then it must be replaced:
* turn the computer off
* disconnect the AC power
* remove the side-panel(s)
* remove the cables (data & power) that connect to the disk-drive
* remove the screws that hold the disk-drive in the frame
* remove the disk-drive
* take it to a computer-store
* show it to them, and they will sell you a compatible disk-drive
* reverse all the above "remove" steps to connect the new disk-drive
* turn the computer on
* insert the "System Restore" CD/DVD disk that came with your computer
* Windows will be installed onto the new disk-drive
* run Windows Update, several times, to get all the latest security-updates for Windows
* install free anti-virus software: http://www.Microsoft.com/security_essentials

However, it's possible that your disk-drive is still working, and all your "data" files on the disk-drive can be "rescued", even through Windows is not starting-up completely & properly.
Take your computer to a qualified technician, for trouble-shooting & repair.

Mar 17, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Need to remove hard drive


his document provides instructions for the removal and replacement of the hard drive for the R3000, R3100, R3200, R3300, ZV5000 and ZV5200 series notebook PCs.
Use the video as a guide while following the written instructions below.
To view the video press the Play button on the player control bar below the video.
To stop the video press the Pause button on the player control bar below the video.
To restart the video press the Rewind button on the player control bar below the video.
NOTE:Flash Player from Macromedia is required to view this video. Visit the Macromedia website (in English) to download and install Flash Player.
Step 1 - Remove the battery
Slide and hold the battery release latch to the unlock position.
Use your finger to lift the battery up and out.
Step 2 - Remove the hard disk drive
Remove the two Phillips-head screws that secure the hard disk drive to the base enclosure.
Lift the inside edge of the hard disk drive to unseat the hard disk drive connector from the system board.
Remove the four Phillips-head screws that secure the hard disk drive to the hard disk drive bracket.
Remove the hard disk drive from the hard disk drive bracket.
Pull the hard disk drive out of the bay.
Place the hard disk drive in a static dissipative bag.

Dec 05, 2010 | HP Pavilion ze4300 Notebook

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I want to replace HDD on my HP ProBook 4510sand I don't know how help somone.


Hard Disk Drive removal
  1. Review the safety considerations before performing the steps listed below by clicking on the following link: CAUTION: Failure to comply with the precautions could result in damage to your product or loss of data. CAUTION: Observe all precautions when removing and replacing components.
  2. Remove the battery, switch cover, keyboard, and palm rest.
  3. Remove the two silver 3mm P000 Phillips-head screws from the left side of the hard disk drive bracket.
  4. Loosen the captive P1 Phillips-head screw on the right side of the hard disk drive bracket.
  5. Use the black Mylar tab located on the hard disk drive enclosure to slide the hard disk drive away from the hard disk drive connector on the system board.
  6. Remove the hard disk drive from the hard disk drive bay.
  7. Place the hard disk drive in an electrostatic dissipating bag.
Hard Disk Drive replacement
  1. 1. Remove the hard disk drive from the electrostatic dissipating bag.
  2. Place the hard disk drive into the hard disk drive bay and align it with the hard disk drive connector on the system board.
  3. Use the black Mylar tab located on the hard disk drive enclosure to slide the hard disk drive securely onto the system board connector.
  4. Tighten the captive P1 Phillips-head screw on the right side of the hard disk drive bracket.
  5. Replace the two silver 3mm P000 Phillips-head screws on the left side of the hard disk drive bracket.

Sep 19, 2010 | HP ProBook 4510s FM849UT Notebook

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I have a GE Profile refrigerator model PFSS5PJXA SS, French doors with bottom freezer and water dispenser, no ice, on right door. A small rubber disk fell of from behind the paddle that the glass is...


I removed the control panel (2 tabs under the front edge) removed the 4 screws holding on the paddle assembly and removed the assembly. The disk is glued on the back( I used super glue). If it happens in the future I would try to glue it on without removing everything. If you use a mirror you can see the detent where the disk mounts to the paddle and glue it back on. The disks function is to push on the switch that is located behind a gray rubber panel behind the paddle.

Aug 06, 2010 | GE Refrigerators

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What do you mean by insert a disk removable disk


Insert a removable disk, means to place in the appropriate drive one of the the following:
a. floppy diskette
(Usually a 1.4 meg floppy disk) Rapidly becoming obsolete
b. CD disc
c. DVD disc
d. Blu-ray disc
e. Thumb drives

Removable Disk
Also known as removable storage and removable media, a removable disk is a type of media that enables a user to easily move data between computers without having to open their computer.
Hope this helps!


Oct 03, 2009 | Electronics - Others

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Vista recognizes the disk but wont open anything


try keying in the address of ur removable disk directly onto ur address bar. if not change ur usb port and try again.

Aug 06, 2009 | SanDisk 1GB microSD Memory Card

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Won't Eject or play DVD...just reads E 27 00


The problem is likely to be a jammed disk. All you need to to do is remove the cover by removing the 7 screws locking it on. The jammed disk will most likely be located where the dvd is read, this can be tricky to remove so carefully remove a screw at a time from the disk positioner (device with white disk on it, not 5 disk tray) gently trying to remove the disk after each screw is removed. The fewer screws removed the better. Usually only the screw on the right side needs to be removed to give rome to remove the disk.

Apr 03, 2009 | Sony DVP-NC600 Multi-disc DVD Player

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