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Background picture Ive created a disc with the bg file the the unit asks for but it still continues to tell me i need to creat a bg file, I want to put my own picure on the screen how do i do it

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The manual says to create a directory BG to put the pictures in and it has to be in JPEG format. Also you need to write some empty data to the disc as in some other file maybe to make the total CD size 100MB or more

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