Hello can someone help me please , I want to buy someone a digital photo frame ..I need help in transfering photos from my computer windows XP to a memory card, I have kodak easyshare dock, I only need to do this as a one off so I dont really want to buy anything to add to the computer is there a way ?..thankyou in advance ..kezzza
Since you have the easyshare dock, I'm going to assume you have the camera too. The easiest way to do this without buying additional equipment is:
1. put the desired memory card in the camera, and the camera in the dock.
2. Windows XP should recognize the camera upon being turned on, and assign a drive letter to it (found under 'My Computer')
3. Put all desired pictures onto this drive (your camera)
4. Done! The photoframe should automatically detect and play the pictures that you put onto the camera.
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Try sending the photos to a cloud service on the web, then transfer to a memory card that could be inserted into the Photo Frame. If the phone has a memory card you can get an adapter to upload to a PC then back to a memory card for the Photo Frame.
Both the thumb drive and the picture frame are USB slave devices, not USB masters. They both need to be connected to a USB master in order to transfer files.
Do you have a standard USB cable from some other device, any other device? If so, that should fit into the picture frame. If not, you'll have to buy one.
Connect the thumb drive to your computer. Create a folder on the computer and copy your photos to that folder. Then connect the picture frame to the computer and copy the photos from the folder to the frame.
If you have two or more USB ports, you can skip the folder and just copy photos from the thumb drive directly to the frame.
you need the drivers for your window you are currently running try going to the website of the camera make and download the latest drivers for the windows you are now using i.e if xp you need that driver check if you have 32bit xp or 64 bit xp you need the correct driver email me or message me on msn [email protected]
You will need a card adapter for whatever card is in the digital frame. Then just use the adapter with the card and you can save the pictures onto your computer. Adapters are usually no more than 10 dollars and local stores.
Your PhotoFrame does not have internal memory acording to the Phillips data sheet, therefore you need to load your pictures directly onto a memory card (one from your camera will proabably work.) If that isn't convenient, you can generally get a good price on a SD memory card which is supported by your PhotoFrame.
If you wnat to transfer pictures from your PC to the memory card and have a card reader, you can transfer the pictures in Windows Explorier from your PC to the memory card and then plug the card into your PhotoFrame. If you do not have a card reader, plug the memory card into the PhotoFrame and connect it to your PC using a USB cable (you may have to buy one as acording to the Phillips data sheet it is not supplied.) When the PhotoFrame is pluged in it will appear in Windows Explorier as a new hard drive, and you can copy your pictures to it.
I just called the company because I have one as well. They told me that in the case of my photo frame I cannot transfer them from a pc. I need to buy a usb storage device or other devices to keep the pictures. That needs to be on the photo frame to view pictures. I am not happy with this since they should have told us that it would cost more money. I will never buy Philips again!
If you need to transfer to your computer just connect the USB cable from the camera to the computer, switch the camera on, turn the dial to View and Voila! A connect icon appears on the camera screen. Follow instructions on screen to download photos; develop if necessary. Presumably you will then be able to download the jpegs to your photo frame from your computer.
you can do that by inserting our digital photo frame to your computer via usb and as soon as yor pc recognizes the photo frame, you can try and sending your photo towards it. you digital photo frame has internal memory so you might wana transfer those pics there. running from picasa however, you need to explore using picasa and as soon as picasa recognises the digital photo frmae, you can transfer now.