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Re: pandigital frame . tried to connect with pc and usb...
Pandigital cameras typically have a USB connection that allows you to transfer photos from the camera to your computer. It sounds like the connection between your camera and computer is not working properly. Make sure that the USB cable is securely connected to both the camera and the computer. Also, check that the camera is in the proper mode for transferring photos (this will vary depending on the specific model of camera you have).
It is also possible that the problem is with your computer. Make sure that the USB ports on your computer are working properly and that the drivers for the camera are properly installed. If you are using a newer version of Windows, it may not be compatible with your older camera.
Pandigital cameras are based on old technology and it is very likely that it may not be compatible with the latest version of Windows. It is recommended to check the camera manual or the Pandigital website for the supported version of windows.
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Hi I just got this frame for Xmas ,,, I tried it my 1st Time it worked perfectly ... I then had other pics I wanted to have on my new frame ,,, Unfortunately I had no success getting the pc to recognize the frame ,, after a quick internet search I found out that I wasn't the only one this was happening to ...
Long story short ,, I figured it out ,, just make sure the power supply is plugged in when you are connecting the frame to a pc via usb ..
pluging in a usb cable from a computer that allready has the device driver loaded , should send the photo frame into accept mode automaticly , then its all done via the connected computer , nothing on photo screen should matter , till usb cable is disconnected , sorry you cant leave cable connected .
This frame cannot initialize; this is an internal memory issue. Connect the frame to your computer with the USB cable and to the AC
outlet. Now turn it on. Under Computer or My Computer, look for a
Pandigital (X:) drive.
If you see that drive, right click on it
and select Format. Choose FAT or FAT32 as the file system, check
Quick Format, then Start. Once it finishes, unhook the frame and
If you do not see that drive, your frame is toast.
Grab your receipt and return to the store or call the company.
this is not a problem!;this always appears when you connect the USB cable to the PC and the frame.What you do next is ignore the frame and concentrate on the pc: go to the file where you have your pics stored, RIGHT click on the folder or pics you want to load and hit SEND TO ,in this case send to the Pandigital drive connection .Play with this with a couple of photos,check your frame to make sure they loaded and if ok then load all you want!
if there is a cable to connect the frame to the comp put the carf in the frame and hook up the frame install picts through the frame. that is how most of them do it. it converts the pic to a different format easier for it to read. it wont just read drag and drop jpg files. it also formats the card to it own specs.
Hi Amanda and Lisa. Are you making sure the picture frame is off BEFORE you plug it in to your computers? Make sure you:
Turn it off before pluging it in, then plug in the USB cable. Now you can turn on the picture frame and you should see the frame's memory and any SD cards you have plugged into it in the removable drives section.
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