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I have just purchased a Prolectrix Digital Photo Frame (with Bluetooth). I am using a usb memory stick and can get the photos to show but the machine seems unable to run continuously. It gets to the end of the files and stops. Can it be set-up to run continuously. many thanks David

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Sure....i think u can find the option in the digital photo frame.....it may like repeat or the symbol...just check it out and have fun

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