Maximum load to vq0701p 7" digital picture frame
What you call a 64 gigabyte flash memory stick, must be a 64 gigabyte memory card. You picture frame only can hold SD, XD, MS, MSPro and MMC cards.
If you look carefully on your memory card it will say SDXC and your frame is not compatible with these huge memory.
I know MMC, SD SDHC and SDXC all look the same, although the MMC has some more contacts on the back.
MMC is from about 8 Mega byte till 512 Mega byte.
The SD cards go up to and including 2 Giga byte.
The SCHC cards are more than 2 Giga Byte up to and 32 Giga byte
The SDXC cards are more than 32 Giga byte up to and including 2 Tera byte. Although now there are none available of the highest capacities.
The cards not only differ in capacity, but also differ in working voltages and signalling voltages.
You can find all specifications of SD cards on the internet, but some computer knowledge and a little knowledge of electronics would be nice to read these papers.
The development of these memory cards is going so fast, because there are also speed issues, when you use these for stills or for video and so on.
I'm afraid you can't use your card for more than 2 Giga byte, if your picture frame allows that. But even I can't give any guaranty.
I managed to buy two 4 Giga byte SD cards recently, because I sometimes have to test older equipment. But these two are rarities. Most 2Giga byte cards in the shops already are SDHC, and perhaps will have the same problem, when you put these in your picture frame.
Feb 05, 2014 |
VistaQuest VQ-5115 Digital Camera