Question about Philips Computers & Internet
I hope you can help me. I bought a Philips Digital Photo Frame (Model 9FF2M4) and now my memory card from the camera is wedged in the memory card slot as it was obviously too small for it, which I didnt realise until it was too late. Cant get the memory card out, habe tried with tweezers etc, no success. I believe I should be able to open the frame, but dont want to break it. Am happy to go to a shop to get it done there, but dont even know which shop to go to.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There may be some interior support hooks that keep it together. look for metal clips between the crease of the front and rear pieces. Definitely use caution with opening as you do not want to force pressure against the screen.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
SOURCE: Trutech Digital Photo Frame
Image quality using default factory settings is awful. Colors are
over-blown, faces are washed-out, and highlights are cropped. People on
the internet compained that there is no brightness control -- there
is..but its hidden in a menu. Press the Setup button on the remote and
move to the "System" settings. I've found these settings produce a
fairly correct balance of color, detail, and brightness:
Posted on Mar 31, 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
Hopefully you can just download the instructions using this link (http://www.p4c.philips.com/files/9/9ff2m4_37/9ff2m4_37_swm_eng.pdf).
If that doesn't work for some reason, go to the Phillips support site below:
Posted on May 27, 2009
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