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HI there, My name is steph and i'm a complete novice when it comes to computers! I want to view my digi photo's on memory stick. My laptop has the correct slot but nothing seem's to be happening? Could you help? Many thanks :)

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Open my computer and see if the removable drive appears when you plug it in

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Technical information sheet of 8FF3FPB/00 - 8" (20 cm) Digital Photo Frame - Black + 1GB SD Card With the Philips 8FF3FPB/00 digital photo frame, you can show off all of your favourite digital photos in style!

Its 8" 4:3 screen has a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels, so with the 8FF3FPB/00, you don't need to resize your photos. Plus, the 8FF3FPB/00 uses ImagEn technology to ensure your photos always look their best on this clear, bright display.

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