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My mini digital photo frame (keyring) won't work. I connected the device through USB to my laptop. It lit up, but that's all. No words popped out. It's been just a lit up grey screen for the past 4-5 hours.

I've disconnected it and reconnected, pressed the on n off button plenty of times, and checked ''My Computer'' to see if I can access the keyring's memory (device not even detected by laptop).

Nothing works. I'm guessing it might be a hardware malfunction. I'm thinking of resetting it. Is that a good idea? Will I lose the DPF Mate software inside? (I have no backup of the program)

What can you advise me to do to fix this problem?

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I reseted it and it worked smoothly. Problem solved!

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