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I have a HP df802 series digital picture frame. Using a 2 GB SD card or 2GB USB drive, the browse thumbnail mode only always displays 200 x 8 photos and always the same ones. I have over 2500 photos on the card. Can't access the rest? Also df802 will not display photos in the order I have arranged them on the card. Tried to re- format card with same results. Help if possble. Thanks

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I would transfer all the pictures to my computer hard drive and then use another sd card - load some pictures on there and then introduce it to HP - if that also does not work then issue is with the picture frame. If it works then hassle is with original sd card. Sometimes reformatting the sd card will restore it to proper operation. Sometimes it will restore but then revert as my card does all the time since it is a sick puppy!

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This can mean many things. Pictures don't fit, Wrong file type e.g .png .jpeg .gif. Or has no more pictures to display.

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