I bought a digital photo frame for xmas for my mom, b/c she wants to put all her pics on the refrigerator onto the photo frame, but it seems that it only works with a memory card, what other solution do i have
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Re: digital photo frame
Some digital frames comes with built-in internal memory so you can load that with your PC via a usb connection without having any kind of removable media. If yours doesn't come with internal memory though I don't think you have any choice other than to purchase a memory card of whatever type is supported by the frame.
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Im sorry i seen that you have the same device that I do, i just got mine for xmas and I cannot get it to turn on or anything, only the blue circle lights up, my husband bought it at an electronic fair booth and It didnt include any instructions or installation CD can you help me?
Go to My Computer and then look for the Sansa 250 icon there. If it doesn't show up, unplug the USB cord and plug it in again. Once you have the icon visible in My Computer, click on it twice and open it up. To load content, go to wherever you have MP3 files or whatever and use Windows Explorer to copy the content from your computer to the Sansa. You can also manage it through Real Player or other MP3 players (Media Monkey).
Please make sure that the photo files are in the root directory of the memory photoframe (ie, not within a folder).
That they are in a readable file format (.jpg)
Check to see that the frame is reading from the internal memory and not the card slot.
from when i first bought mine...
does it show as an MP3 player or MTP device, if it is the second one you'll need to do some tinkering in the settings. the instructions for this are in the small manual [no really]. It'll then behave normally.
Otherwise MTP devices require you to put files on in a different (and slightly arcane) way they also may need to be 'official' DRM files rather than CD-rips
hope this helps in some way and does not confuse
No You Don't Have To Converter The Tracks. It Depends On How You Put The Tracks On Your Sansa, Do You Drag And Drop Or Do You Sync With Copy To Device In Windows Media Player 9, Or Sync In Windows Media Player