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I have a MATSUI PF-A703 digital photo frame. Supposed to to able to put memory stick with photos stored on it into the usb connection and view the photos but it displays only 1 photo(the same photo) everytime it loads and nothing else happens

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IBeMad
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It depends on if the supplier has an upgrade for it. What brand is it?

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

Arungeek
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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

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

Agent Ken
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Hello Keith-ham,

The number of pictures that a digital photo frame can hold is dependent upon the amount of internal memory that the frame has and the file size of the pictures.

Many digital photo frames have 128 MB of internal memory. Assuming an average file size of 3-4 MB, such a frame could hold around 35-40 images.

Some frames also allow you to plug in an SD memory card from your camera, so the amount of storage space the the frame has can be greatly expanded.

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Agent Ken
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Posted on Apr 14, 2008

hulk god
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SOURCE: photos from pc to sd

The easiest way to do this would be to buy a card reader for you PC. You can buy an external one that plugs into the USB port.

Another way is to used a computer with a SD reader and upload it into a flash drive. Once you have the flash drive, you can upload the pictures using your flash drive into the frame.

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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The  A701 is  a bit cranky.  I've found that it prefers  USB  flash sticks of upto  2GB. It likes the flash stick formatting  before use.  And it prefers  jpg files  added  to the root directory of the flash stick -  so  no images in folders. Finally but probably least important, it's not much point uploading  2MB  jpgs as  the screen  is pretty much  72DPI  smaller size JPGS  lead to a faster loading. ( try  around 900x 600 dpi )

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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