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Copy photos from pc

I have installed Photo Manager software and previously copied pictures to Photo Frame. It appears that the link between Frame and PC is not connecting.

The photoframe side is blank and pictures on the pc will not drag to the photoframe.

How can I check the connection or otherwise correct the problem?

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  • crinkler Aug 19, 2008

    The photo manager installs but pictures will not transfer from one side to the other,fromcomputor to frame.

  • crinkler Aug 21, 2008

    Still no go I'm afraid. Everthing installs but it fails to paste.Pasting graphic flashes up breifly then disapears and nothing happens.



    Crinkler

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Look for an option when you open photo manager that says upload picture. Browse the locations then choose my computer, pictuers and click open the picture that you want in photo manager. Other wise, try to put/copy the picture in a new folder in you computer, then click cut and paste to photo manager.
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