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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not sure if anyone ever got back to you on this but i just had the same problem then googled it and found this
Yes, the [BACKUP] feature will transfer files from the camera's internal memory to an xD-Picture Card™ flash memory card. It does not delete those files from the internal memory. To perform a backup, insert an xD-Picture Card flash memory card into the camera and then turn the camera on. Press the [MENU] button. Press the Right arrow button to select the Setup icon, and then press the [OK] button to enter the Setup menu. Use the Up or Down arrow to select [BACKUP], and then press [OK].
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
Here`s a tip i found for you...
1. Connect the frame to your PC using the supplied USB connector. Navigate to the \DCIM\100Frame directory and delete all the Phillips advertising pictures there.
2. Create a directory on your PC and put copies of all the pictures you want to display there.
3. Download the free picture resizer utility from Microsoft at:
(Look for Image Resizer in the right column). After installing it, "Select All" pictures in the directory you created, then right click and select "Resize Pictures" from the context menu. Choose the 640x400 radio button. Sort by size and copy all the small ones into the "\DCIM\100Frame" directory on the frame drive (Called Removable Disk on my PC).
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
1. Ensure memory card is inside camera.
1. Turn on camera.
2. Press Review button on back of camera
3. Then Press Menu Button on back of camera
4. Select "Image Storage" option (by depressing the joystick on RHS of back of camera).
5. Select "Internal Memory" option (by depressing the joystick on RHS).
6. Select "Continue"
7. Press Menu button.
8. Press "Review" button
9. Press "Review" button again.
10. Press "Menu" button.
11. Scroll down to "Copy" and select this option by depressing the joystick.
12. Scroll down to "All", then select by depressing the joystick.
13. Contents should now copy over from internal memory to SD card.
14. Don't forget to reselect Auto detection of SD card afterward. This is done by turning camera off then back on again. Press "Review". Press "Menu". Select "Image Storage". Select "Auto". Select "Continue".
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Set the image storage setting of the camera to Internal.
Once it is set to internal, put the card in the camera and press review.
Copy the pictures from the internal memory to the card.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
SOURCE: Internal Memory to Memory Card
This was a pain for me to figure out. I too had the same problem. This may not be the RIGHT way, but it is how I did it.
First, copy everything you want off the memory card and then insert it into the camera. Format the card.
Then, take a single picture.
Now, with the camera on, hit the playback button to view the picture you just took.
Press the MENU button, and scroll through the menu to the very last entry, which should be COPY.
Press OK, and then you can select to copy from INternal to memory card, or memory card to INternal (note, IN means internal in the menu). You, of course, want internal to memory card, so select it if not already done so, and press okay.
That's all there is too it! I recommend erasing all images from the internal memory once you're done so you don't get confused later if you see images on there again.
Good luck! Ray - www.desertdawg.com
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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