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The manual says I can specify a custom file name with a counter. I set the file to "p" for page, and use a 4-digit counter. I am saving the individual pages as JPGs. The manual further says that if p0001.jpg already exists, the software will save the next file as p0002.jpg (assuming that doesn't also already exist). This is not happening. Instead, I get a pop-up informing me that the file already exists, and asking if I want to replace it. When I say "no", the file is not saved. This is a real problem, since the software also pukes if I try to process more than 100 files at a time. Thus, whenever I have a batch which consists of more than 100 pages (which is all the time), the only way I can see to work around the problem is to change the custom name for every 100-page portion of the entire batch I process.

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It can be a variety of problems, unfortunately. The images may just be truncated from the get go. Make sure all the extensions are lowercase .jpg. If they are not, OPEN them in a program, save as .jpg, close and reload them.

Make sure they are .jpg and not .jpeg

Do not try to just change the extension, this corrupts the image.

Also, check the size and make sure they are not too large.
For the digital picture frames, a 5x7 at 72 dpi is plenty big. Just make sure not to override the originals with the compressed images.

Then, check the name of the pictures. Remove any spaces, dashes or any other symbols. Strictly use letters.

When all else fails, delete all the images from the frame and reload them again.

How are you loading the images on the frame?
From a card, or directly from the computer?
If from a card, make sure to eject it from the computer first, don't just pull it from the reader. This can really messes it up and the images. Same goes with the frame itself.

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go into the settings on your computer and change the setting to save all scans

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