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Ativa digital picture frame error

When I try to put pictures on the internal memory of the frame it gives me an error message that says an I/O error has occured.

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    my ativa picture frame has gone completly dark.

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I have lost the instructions to my digital frame . How can I get another set of instructions? My e-mail address is djeanfenske@myway.com

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