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Radio Shack Digital Photo Viewer

I have a Radio Shack digital photo viewer and I can't get it to show any pictures with or without a memory card. I have tried several different times and several different ways to try to install photos on the photo viewer. I have read the instructions over and over, still no luck. Can anyone give me any kind of tips or tricks? I am running Windows XP Home Edition on my pc. I used a HP Photosmart M407 Digital Camera (4.1 MP). Thanks for any help!!!

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    Directions say you can take the SD Card from the camera to the viewer and see them, I have 2 of these viewers, photos will not come up on either of them. I have tried saving to a different card as jpegs with 4 alpha and 4 numeric characters--still can't get it to work. Thanks for any suggestions/help.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    I would like to take pictures without the time and date shown on each photo after they are shown in my picture folder. You can see this on every photo in the bottom left corner. I would like my photos without this on them. Is there any way to program my ViviCam F128 Vivitar digital camera to do this? Do you have step by step instructions?

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If the images are too big it may take a long time to view them. I resized my photos with Windows Picture manager to 640x480 and that seem to do the trick.

Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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I just got one of these and was having the same problem. What you have to do is create a folder within the DCIM folder on the memory card (you can name it 100Media). The photos have to go into the 100media folder. Good LUCK.

Posted on Nov 17, 2007

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