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Trouble getting photos in right orientation onto digital photo frame.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 7 digital photo frame problems
Yeah, I just got one too and I have no USB thingy, and I kinda need my memory card.... hmmm.... maybe it should come with one. That's a bright idea huh! And how on Earth do you get music on it?!
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
SOURCE: 7" Trutech digital photo frame
I don't have the booklet for this darn thing and I just got it for mothers day.... I have a sandisk in it and I can see the pics just fine, but it doesn't save them??? I can only view when I have something in it??? That's crazy?? Isn't it?? Help
Posted on May 12, 2008
This can mean many things. Pictures don't fit, Wrong file type e.g .png .jpeg .gif. Or has no more pictures to display.
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
I had the same problems but solved it by uninstalling the useless POS software, rebooting the computer and reinstalling everything.
I have found that you have to do this everytime that you want to add or delete photos. Probably the worst piece of software I have seen in 15 years of working on computers.
If it won't detect as a seperate drive in "My Computer" then you will have to uninstall it and start again.
There is also no need to format the device. Just ignore it and start downloading photos and it worked straight away. (Using XP Home) As to battery life, I suspect I will never know because it is liable to have a visit from my sledge hammer before it runs out of power.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
The A701 is a bit cranky. I've found that it prefers USB flash sticks of upto 2GB. It likes the flash stick formatting before use. And it prefers jpg files added to the root directory of the flash stick - so no images in folders. Finally but probably least important, it's not much point uploading 2MB jpgs as the screen is pretty much 72DPI smaller size JPGS lead to a faster loading. ( try around 900x 600 dpi )
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
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