I went to Radio Shack and purchased an XD card reader with an USB connection. I connected to my digital photo frame and was able to see the pictures on the XD camera card on the Polaroid digital photo frame.
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If the photo frame has a slot for an SD card, you can drag and drop the images you want to the card and then insert it into the frame. Connecting the card to the computer can be accomplished by using a card reader or, if the computer has a built-in SD slot, just insert the card.
I'm pretty sure this means that you have filled up the internal memory on the picture frame.
I just bought my sister a photoframe for Christmas (made by Phillips) and we got the same message. Not the most precise wording on the error message, but we tried deleting a few photos and the error went away. Then I checked the internal memory of the frame, and it is only 128M, which is not alot of photos.
I think the solution will be to buy a USB memory stick to leave in the frame. For about $10 you can get a 4G USB memory stick, which is about 32 times the space of the internal memory, at least if you have a similar model as we do.
See here: http://www.amazon.com/USB-Flash-Drives-Storage-Add-Ons/b?ie=UTF8&node=3151491
The Kodak S510 does not have a built-in internal memory. You can hook it up on your computer using a USB cable with a USB OTG connector and copy the pictures from your computer to the inserted memory card or a USB flash drive in the frame.
Also, make sure that your photos are in JPEG format.
I've solved it. I'll bet a buck you also bought a memory card reader. If you hook the memory card (or camera) to a computer, you'll see a directory with a name like fuji_999. After you download the pictures delete that directory from the memory card, and the problem's solved. I just did it with a 1 gig xd card in my daughter's fuji 480. It had a main directory on the card called DXsomething, and 2 subdirectories, fuji_100, and fuji_999. I deleted all three directories (after saving the photos), and the problem is gone. Hope it works for you.