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If you decide to reset the numbers, your camera will start numbering the new pictures from 000 all over again. This can cause problems when you try to download because your computer will think you've already downloaded pics with those numbers. Don't reset....your camera will continue to number the pics consecutively even after you download and empty the card.
Most likely, yes. Try to use a USB card reader. Take the card off the camera, put it in the reader and connect it to the computer. If there is no sign of files, download PC Inspector File Recovery, install it and run it. You can get it from here: http://download.cnet.com/PC-Inspector-File-Recovery/3000-2248_4-10118663.html Good luck in saving your pics.
You check the frame settings and see if the shuffle option is activated. You need to turn off the shuffle option for the oldest-newest order to take effect. Also, you may want to reset the frame. Press and hold the volume (+) and the power button at the same time to reset the frame to factory default.
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.