How do I load photos onto my PC or MAC?
Firstly, you need to connect the USB cable from the frame to your computer. Insert the mini-USB end into the Digital Picture Frame and the standard USB end into your PC. You should see a screen on the frame that says ‘PC or USB connected’ (If not, turn on the frame).
1. If you click on ‘my computer’ or ‘computer’ (which is usually located on your desktop), the memory disk should be recognized here as ‘Memory or Data’. Click on this and the disk should open up blank. If you can’t locate it, go into ‘My Computer’ and you will see your Removable Disks. One of these will be the Internal Memory. To discover which one it is, right click and select ‘properties’. The disk space should denote which is the Internal Memory, ie if your frame has a 1GB Memory, the disk space will be 1GB. There it is!
2. Leave this window open, now open up your ‘my pictures/photos’ folder, or wherever else you’ve stored the pictures you want to access.
3. Now, with both windows open on your screen, you can drag and drop your desired pictures in the Internal Memory Disk. Depending on how many are being transferred, this might take a few minutes.
4. When done, disconnect the USB cable correctly (otherwise you might lose all your hard work! - see next question in this FAQ to find out how). Now check out your frame. The photos should all be on there.
For Apple Mac Computer:
After connecting the frame via the supplied USB cable to your mac. The frames internal drive will appear on your desktop as ‘Memory’. Just drag and drop your photos from iphoto or your hard drive onto the frames hard drive.