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Digital Photo Frame
User Guide
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Table of Contents
Introduction............................................................................................................................................. 5
DPF Key Features ................................................................................................................................................. 5
What’s in the Box ................................................................................................................................................... 5
Compatible Memory Cards .................................................................................................................................... 5
Overview of the DPF ............................................................................................................................... 5
Remote Control....................................................................................................................................... 6
Control Buttons on DPF ......................................................................................................................... 6
Getting Started........................................................................................................................................ 7
The HOME Screen .................................................................................................................................. 7
SETUP Menu Overview .......................................................................................................................... 7
About Selecting Options ........................................................................................................................ 8
Select Media Source ............................................................................................................................... 8
Personalized Digital Greeting Card....................................................................................................... 8
The Virtual Keyboard ............................................................................................................................................. 8
Enter Greeting........................................................................................................................................................ 9
Assign Personal Background Image ...................................................................................................................... 9
PHOTOS ................................................................................................................................................ 10
Photo Thumbnails ................................................................................................................................................ 10
View Individual Photo during a Slideshow ........................................................................................................... 10
Zoom or Rotate Photos ........................................................................................................................................ 10
Adjust Screen Colors ........................................................................................................................................... 10
Optimal Image Display ......................................................................................................................................... 11
Photo Import Method ........................................................................................................................................... 11
Display Current Time with Photos ....................................................................................................................... 11
Display Photo File Date/Time Stamp with Photos ............................................................................................... 11
Import Photos into Internal Memory ..................................................................................................................... 11
Delete Photos from Internal Memory ................................................................................................................... 12
PHOTO SLIDESHOWS .......................................................................................................................... 12
Slideshow of Photos in Internal Memory ............................................................................................................. 12
Slideshow of Photos on your Media Source ........................................................................................................ 12
Slideshow Folders ............................................................................................................................................... 12
Set Slideshow Interval ......................................................................................................................................... 13
Set Slideshow Transition ..................................................................................................................................... 13
Set Slideshow Shuffle .......................................................................................................................................... 14
CALENDAR/CLOCK .............................................................................................................................. 14
Select Media Source for Calendar Slideshow ..................................................................................................... 14
Set Schedule........................................................................................................................................................ 14
Disable Schedule ................................................................................................................................................. 14
Run the Schedule ................................................................................................................................................ 15
Run Schedule from Slideshow ...............................................................................................................................................15
Run Schedule from CALENDAR/CLOCK Screen ..................................................................................................................15
Set the Date and Time ......................................................................................................................................... 15
DPF to PC – USB Connection .............................................................................................................. 15
Set Sleep Mode ..................................................................................................................................... 16
Set Language ........................................................................................................................................ 17
Reset to Factory Defaults .................................................................................................................... 17
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Frequently Asked Questions ............................................................................................................... 17
Important Safety Precautions .............................................................................................................. 18
Cleaning the DPF................................................................................................................................................. 18
Product Specifications ......................................................................................................................... 18
Limited Warranty .................................................................................................................................. 19
FCC Statement .................................................................................................................................................... 20
Declaration of Conformity.................................................................................................................... 20
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Introduction
Welcome to the Hewlett Packard (HP) Multimedia Digital Photo Frame (DPF). Now you can display your digital photos
directly from your memory card, no computer is necessary.
DPF Key Features
What’s in the Box
 Simple Plug & Play
 Digital Photo Frame (DPF)
 Displays digital photo files (JPEG up to 16 mega
pixels)
 AC Power Cord and Adapter
 Displays Calendar/Clock with photo slideshow
 Decorative Paper Mat(s) (varies by model)
 Does not require a computer
 Quick Start Guide, User Guide
 Infrared Remote Control
 Infrared Remote Control and control buttons on
the frame
 128MB or 256MB Internal Memory (varies by model)
 16:9 Aspect Ratio
 Mini USB 2.0 Device Port
 5 in 1 Memory Cards Slot
Compatible Memory Cards
Compatible memory cards include: Secure Digital™ (SD), MultiMedia Card™(MMC), xD Card,
Memory Stick™(MS), MemoryStick Pro™, and Memory Stick Pro Duo™* (The Memory Stick
Pro Duo™ requires an additional adaptor to fit properly into the DPF. You can purchase the
adaptor at retail outlet stores that sell memory cards.)
Overview of the DPF
ENTER
Scroll Right
EXIT MENU
Store Remote Control
You can avoid misplacing the remote control by
safely storing it on the back of the DPF when
not in use.
Scroll Left
Memory cards slot
Mini USB (device)
Power ON/OFF
The top back of the remote control has a builtin magnet and the back of the DPF has a
‘magnetic area’ so you can simply attach the
remote control to the back of the DPF for safe
keeping.
Brightness control
DC power jack
LEFT side
RIGHT side
(The memory card slots, ports, and jacks in your DPF may be different than those pictured here.)
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Remote Control
You can access all of the DPF’s features, and perform all of the functions by using the remote control. You will be able to
perform several functions with the remote control that are not possible with the top-back panel control buttons.
Note: Before first time use, pull the plastic tab sticking out of the remote control. It protects the battery and the remote
control will not work unless it is removed.
1
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2
1 Start Slideshow
2 Exit or go back
3
4
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Access Setup screens (Menu)
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Scroll forward
3 Scroll up
4 Scroll previous
5
10
5 Play/Pause/Select object
10 Scroll down
6
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6 Volume adjust higher
11 Rotate image
or Select object
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12
7 Volume adjust lower
12 Enlarge image
or De-select object
Replace the Remote Control Battery
1.
2.
3.
4.
Hold the remote control with the buttons facing down.
Push and hold the small release tab while pulling the battery tray out.
Replace the “CR2025” Lithium battery on the tray with the positive (+) side facing up.
Push the tray back in until it clicks into place.
Release tab
Control Buttons on DPF
You can perform many (but not all) of the DPF functions by using the control buttons located on the top-back panel of the
DPF. Their basic functions are the same no matter when you use them.
TIP: The instructions throughout this User Guide only reference the use of the remote control. However, if desired, you
can use the frame control buttons when these buttons are referenced:
Remote
Frame

ENTER

EXIT
MENU
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Action
Scroll left
Play/Pause/Select object
Scroll right
Exit the current display, or go back a screen
Access Setup screens
Getting Started
1.
2.
3.
4.
Plug the AC Power Adapter into the DPF’s DC power jack and an electrical wall outlet.
Slide the power button on the left side of the DPF up to the ON position.
If prompted, select the desired language for the user interface display (varies by model).
After the initial start up screen is displayed, a slideshow will automatically begin displaying the photos that are stored in
the internal memory.
5. To view your own photos, insert a memory card containing your photos into the slot on the DPF. Press
on
Start Slideshow.
CAUTION: The memory cards will only fit in one direction; do not force them as this will damage the card reader.
The HOME Screen
The main DPF features, PHOTOS and CALENDAR/CLOCK, are accessed from the HOME screen. To access the HOME
.
screen while a slideshow is playing, press
PHOTOS
Display your photo files (.JPG or .JPEG) individually or as slideshows. PHOTOS-Manage: set viewing
preferences, assign photos to category folders, import and delete photo files (page 10)
CALENDAR
View calendar and clock with photo slideshow, and manage the calendar and clock settings (page 14)
Edit
Quick access to single photo manage mode for Zooming, Rotating, or Deleting currently displayed photo.
SETUP Menu Overview
Use the Setup Menu for DPF functions to optimize your viewing/listening preferences. On the HOME screen press
to display the Setup Menu screen.
Select Media Source
Select the media source for current viewing (page 8)
Slideshow Setup
Set multiple slideshow functions to optimize your viewing preferences (page 12)
Adjust Screen Colors
Adjust LCD screen settings as desired (page 10)
Optimal Image Display
Set photos to display as actual photo size, or optimized to best fit the screen (page 11)
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Photo Import Method
Set photos to be imported compressed or original resolution and file size (page 11)
Set Sleep Mode
Power saving function (page 16)
Reset to Factory
Defaults
Returns all function settings to the factory defaults (page 17)
Set Language
Select desired DPF display language (page 17)
Greeting Card
Create a personalized greeting which will be displayed when the unit is powered on
(page 8)
About Selecting Options
Throughout this User Guide, when you are instructed to ‘select’ a function option or button, unless otherwise instructed,
to select.
to highlight [the referenced option], and then press
use
Select Media Source
If you have inserted one or more external media sources (i.e., memory card), you can use the Select Media Source
function to switch between the internal memory and your external media source for viewing your photos.
You will also use this function to view the contents of the Slideshow Folders after you assign photos to these folders
(page 12).
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Select Media Source, and then select the desired media source (sources not present will not be available).
Internal Memory = Built-in flash memory
TM
TM
SD/MMC = Secure Digital / Multi Media card
TM
MS = Memory Stick (Standard, Pro, and Duo)
xD = Standard flash memory card
Slideshow Folders = View photos after assigning to folders (page 12)
Personalized Digital Greeting Card
You can set a personalized greeting which displays when the DPF is powered on. This feature is especially useful when
presenting this DPF as a gift.
The Virtual Keyboard
You will use a virtual keyboard for entering your personalized greeting.
Navigate the keyboard as follows:

To select the desired characters, use
multiple times as needed.
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to highlight the keys, and then press
,

STYLE 1 2 3 4 = Select the background image appropriate for your greeting (can also be your personal photo)

DEL = Clears the entry field
= View your greeting with selected background image


TITLE MSG = Toggle between the Title and Message entries

ABC/abc/SYM = Toggles between upper and lower case letters, and the following symbols:
_
!
:
;
$
( )
[
] \
&
/
%
^
!
+
=
~
-
|
<
>
{
}
= Scroll through your entry to edit as needed


Backspace = Erases last selected character

Done = Completes entry

Cancel = Return to the previous screen without an entry
Note: You can also use the remote control buttons as follows:
‘+’ = Scroll forward through entry to edit as needed
‘-‘ = Scroll back through entry to edit as needed
ROTATE = Backspace, erases last selected character
ZOOM = Toggles between ABC / abc / SYM screens
Enter Greeting
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu screen.
2. Select Greeting Card.
3. Select Yes to create a new greeting or delete existing greeting, or select No to edit existing greeting.
4. Enter a greeting Title (i.e., Happy Birthday, Merry Christmas).
5. Select the TITLE MSG button to toggle between the Title and Message entry screens.
To enter multiple lines of text, use either the TITLE MSG button or the ↵ located on the #1 key (depending on
model).
TIP: If entering multiple lines, to avoid losing your progress should you leave the unit or have a power
interruption, it is recommended that you select Done periodically to save your message.
6. Select STYLE 1 2 3 4 to choose a background appropriate for your greeting.
Style 1 Default – Blue with scroll (or your personal photo – see Assign Personal Background Image on page 9)
Style 2 – Balloons
Style 3 – Gift with gold ribbon
Style 4 – Roses
7. Select VIEW to view your greeting, and then press
to return to the keyboard screen.
8. When satisfied with your greeting, select Done to save.
Assign Personal Background Image
You can enhance your personal greeting even more by assigning one of your own photos as the greeting
background.
1. Choose the photo you want as your background, and then name it exactly showme.jpg.
IMPORTANT: showme.jpg must be a standard JPG and not in a progressive format
2. Copy your showme.jpg file into the root folder of the DPF’s internal memory. Use the DPF to PC – USB
Connection instructions (page 15) to copy the file to the root folder (do not copy into Photos folder).
3. Follow steps 1-6 under Enter Greeting (above), and select the Default style.
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4. Your greeting will now display your personal photo as the background.
to return to the keyboard screen.
5. Select VIEW to view your greeting, and then press
6. When satisfied with your greeting, select Done to save.
PHOTOS
The PHOTOS feature includes many functions for optimizing and customizing your viewing preferences. You can view
your photos individually or as slideshows. Other optional functions allow you to display the current time with your images,
display the photo file date/time, adjust the screen colors, choose slideshow transitions, and even schedule slideshows
according to your weekly schedule.
Photo Thumbnails
1. On the HOME screen, select the PHOTOS-Manage button.
2. Use
to scroll through individual photos, or use the Page Up/Page Down arrows to scroll full
pages.
3. To view an individual photo in full screen, press
on the highlighted photo.
4. While the photo is displayed, you can use
to view the next/previous photos.
View Individual Photo during a Slideshow
1. With the desired photo displayed, press
to pause the slideshow.
2. The photo will be displayed approximately 60 seconds and then the slideshow will automatically resume, or you
or SLIDESHOW to resume the slideshow.
can press
Zoom or Rotate Photos
You can temporarily magnify or rotate photos while viewing them in single photo view. The rotation of a photo will be
saved only for photos in the internal memory.
Zoom or Rotate a photo during a slideshow
1. With the photo displayed that needs rotating, press ZOOM or ROTATE, multiple times if necessary, to
achieve the desired view.
2. Press SLIDESHOW to resume the slideshow.
Zoom or Rotate a photo from the Photo Thumbnails screen
1. On the HOME screen, select the PHOTOS-Manage button.
2. On the Photo Thumbnails screen, press
to select the desired photo to be magnified or rotated, and
then press ZOOM or ROTATE multiple times if necessary to achieve the desired view.
TIP: When a photo is zoomed, you can pan around the photo by using
portions of the photo that are not currently visible.
Adjust Screen Colors
You can adjust the four LCD color levels for optimal image viewing.
1. On the HOME screen, press
2. Select Adjust Screen Colors.
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to display the Setup Menu.
to view
3. Use
to scroll through the LCD options, and use
to adjust the setting until the desired view is
achieved.
4. Use
to select Done.
TIP: You can also adjust the brightness with the dial on the left side of the DPF.
Optimal Image Display
You can choose the desired display mode for displaying your photos on the DPF as follows:
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Optimal Image Display, and then select the desired setting.
Original = Displays photos in actual photo size.
Optimal (default) = Optimizes the size and resolution to best fit the screen, which may result in part of a photo not being
visible on the screen.
Photo Import Method
When importing files into the internal memory from an external media source, the file can be optimized or left as the
original file size and resolution.
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Photo Import Method, and then select the desired setting.
Optimized (default) = The photo file is downscaled in size and compressed into a smaller sized JPEG, allowing more
photos to be stored in the internal memory.
Original = The photo file is stored keeping its original size and resolution
Display Current Time with Photos
You can have the current time displayed with your photos if desired.
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Slideshow Setup, and then select On or Off under ‘Display Current Time’.
3. Select Done.
TIP: If the time is incorrect, refer to Set the Date and Time to set the clock (page 15).
Display Photo File Date/Time Stamp with Photos
Most digital cameras typically include a Date/Time stamp when saving photo files. If your photo files contain this
Date/Time information, you can have it displayed with your photos if desired.
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Slideshow Setup, and then select On or Off under ‘Display Photo Date/Time’.
3. Select Done.
Import Photos into Internal Memory
You can import your photo files from memory cards into the DPF’s internal memory. The number of photo files you
can import depends on file size and available memory.
1. Insert your media source into the DPF. The memory card option screen will be displayed.
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2. To import all photos, select Import All Photos.
To import individual photos, select Select Photos to Import.
to scroll through the photos, and then press ‘+’ to select the desired photos to import
3. Use
(‘-‘ will deselect).
4. Press
, and then select Import Selected Photos.
Delete Photos from Internal Memory
You can delete photo files from the DPF’s internal memory, but not from an external media source (i.e., memory
card). Refer to your media source documentation for instructions on deleting files from these devices.
TIPS: It is recommended to make backup copies of the photos before you delete them from the DPF.
Be sure you have Internal Memory as your selected media source.
1. On the HOME screen, select the PHOTOS-Manage button.
2. To delete all photos, press
, and then select Delete All.
To delete individual photos, use
(‘-‘ will deselect), press
to highlight the photos you want to delete, press ‘+’ to select
, and then select Delete Selected.
3. A confirmation message appears; select Yes to delete the photos, or No to keep the photos in the internal
memory.
TIP: If, by mistake, you select Yes to delete photos, press
to cancel the delete operation. Photos already
deleted will not be automatically restored.
PHOTO SLIDESHOWS
The DPF can display all of the photos on the selected media source as a slideshow, or you can select specific photos for a
custom slideshow.
Slideshow of Photos in Internal Memory
You can play a slideshow of the photos stored in the DPF’s internal memory by simply powering on the DPF (with no
external media source inserted) and then wait for the slideshow to automatically begin.
Slideshow of Photos on your Media Source
Insert an external media source and then power on the DPF; the slideshow will begin displaying your photos.
If you insert a media source after power on, a memory card option screen is displayed; select Start Slideshow.
Slideshow Folders
There are five category folders in the internal memory into which you can assign photo files for personalized
organization and slideshows (these folder names cannot be changed):
Family – Vacation – Events – Others
Only photos stored in the internal memory can be assigned to the slideshow folders. Assigned photos are not
physically moved or copied into the folders, rather, a link is assigned to the photo so it appears to be located in the
folder. If you delete the actual photo file from internal memory, the link to the folder will also be deleted.
Assign Photos to Slideshow Folder
1. On the HOME screen, select the PHOTOS-Manage button.
2. On the Photo Thumbnails screen, use
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to scroll through your photos.
3. To assign an individual photo: With the desired photo displayed, press
.
To assign multiple photos: Press ‘+’ to select desired photos (‘-‘ will deselect), and then press
.
4. Select Assign to Folder, and then select the desired folder into which you want to assign the photos.
Play Slideshow from Slideshow Folder
1. On the HOME screen, press
.
2. Select Select Media Source, and then press
.
3. Select Slideshow Folders.
4. Select the desired folder containing the photos you want to view in your slideshow.
5. On the Folders Thumbnails screen, press Slideshow.
Copy or Reassign Photos to Different Folders
After assigning photos to folders you can copy those photos to other folders, or you can reassign photos to
appear in a different folder.
1. With the slideshow folders slideshow playing (per above instructions), press
twice to display the Folder
Thumbnails screen.
2. To copy or reassign an individual photo, highlight the desired photo and then press
To copy or reassign multiple photos, use
select those that you want to copy or reassign (
.
to scroll through the photos, use
deselects), and then press
to
.
3. Select Copy to Folder or Reassign to Folder, and then select the desired folder into which you want to
reassign or copy the photos.
Set Slideshow Interval
You can set the speed at which the slideshow photos transition from one to another.
1. On the HOME screen, press
2.
Select Slideshow
3. Use
to display the Setup Menu.
Setup,
to select Slideshow Interval, and then use
to select your desired setting.
5, 10, 30, 60 seconds, 1 hour, or 24 hours
4. Select Done.
Set Slideshow Transition
You can set the transition ‘special effects’ as photos transition from one to another during a slideshow.
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Slideshow Setup.
3. Use
to select Slideshow Transition, and use
to select your desired setting.
Off = Photos transition from one photo to the next without special effects.
Random (default) = Photos will transition using all special effects randomly throughout a slideshow.
Remaining special effects = Choose individual transition effect as desired
4. Select Done.
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Set Slideshow Shuffle
You can set the slideshow to display your photos in a random ‘shuffle’ order, or display them in the order as stored on
the selected media source.
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Slideshow Setup.
3. Use
to select Slideshow Shuffle, and then use
to select your desired setting.
ON = Displays photos randomly
OFF(default) = Displays photos in the order found on selected media source
4. Select Done.
CALENDAR/CLOCK
Your DPF can be used as a personal desk calendar which displays a continuous slideshow of photos on the selected
media source, and real-time clock. To display the CALENDAR/CLOCK screen, select CALENDAR from the HOME screen.
The slideshow will be displaying photos found on the currently selected media source.
Select Media Source for Calendar Slideshow
You can easily change the media source if you want the calendar/clock slideshow to display photos from a different
media source (i.e., memory card, slideshow folder).
On the CALENDAR/CLOCK screen, press
, and then select the Media Source button in the upper right corner.
Select the desired media source from the Select Media screen.
Set Schedule
You can schedule the DPF to automatically go into a “stand-by” mode and resume operation according to your weekly
schedule. For example, if you have your DPF on your desk at work, you may want to display the calendar/clock or
play a slideshow from 8:30am to 5:30pm every weekday, and then set the DPF to remain in stand-by mode
throughout the weekend. The following Monday morning, the DPF would resume operation at 8:30am.
1. On the CALENDAR/CLOCK screen, press
.
2. Select Set Schedule.
3. Use
to move between the fields and
to change the field values in Weekdays On/Off.
4. To set the Weekends On/Off, select the Enable Weekends Schedule button, and then use
to access the
settings.
5. Use
to change the field values in Weekends On/Off.
to move between the fields and
6. When correct times are set, select Done to return to the previous screen.
Disable Schedule
After the schedule has been enabled (per above instructions), you can disable the schedule whenever desired.
1. On the CALENDAR/CLOCK screen, press
.
2. Select Set Schedule, and then select the Enable Weekdays Schedule or Enable Weekends Schedule button.
The time fields will display OFF.
3. Select Done.
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Run the Schedule
After the schedule times have been set (per above instructions), you will use the Run Schedule function whenever
you want the schedule to take effect.
There are two methods for running the schedule, either from a slideshow or from the CALENDAR/CLOCK screen.
CAUTION: After you select the Run Schedule function, any user intervention will cancel the activation (i.e.,
pressing remote or control button, powering off) and the schedule will not take effect until you select
this function again to re-activate.
Run Schedule from Slideshow
1. Start a slideshow, and then press
when the Run Schedule button appears (approx 10 seconds). A
small timer clock will appear indicating the schedule is active. To run the schedule when the Run Schedule
when the Run Schedule button
button is no longer displayed, restart your slideshow and then press
appears again.
2. The DPF will go into stand-by mode according to the schedule, and when it resumes operation, the
slideshow will again begin
to play.
Run Schedule from CALENDAR/CLOCK Screen
1. On the CALENDAR/CLOCK screen, press
.
2. Select Run Schedule. A small timer clock will appear indicating the schedule is active, and then the DPF will
operate according to the set schedule.
3. The DPF will go into stand-by mode according to the schedule, and when it resumes operation, the
Calendar/Clock screen will again be displayed.
Set the Date and Time
1. On the CALENDAR/CLOCK screen, press
.
2. Select Set Date/Time, and then select the options and use
to change the field values.
3. Select Done.
DPF to PC – USB Connection
You can connect the DPF to a Windows PC or Macintosh computer via a USB cable to copy files between the computer
and the DPF’s internal memory.
If you have memory cards inserted in the DPF, you can also copy between the PC, internal memory, and memory cards.
Connect DPF to Windows PC
1. Connect the small end of the USB cable to DPF’s Mini USB port, and the larger end to an available USB port on
your computer.
2. A window opens listing all drives connected to your computer.
3. The internal memory (titled HP_DPF) and each memory card present in the DPF will be associated with one disk
drive on your PC.
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IMPORTANT: If your PC is connected to Local Area Network drives, or if you have multiple drive letters
already assigned to peripheral devices, you will need to manage your drive settings in
Windows to free up the four drive letters immediately following your CD-ROM drive so the
DPF can assign them to memory card slots properly.
4. Double-click the desired drive to display the files on the card.
5. To copy files from a media source, select and drag them into the DPF’s internal memory drive (HP_DPF).
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6. Similarly, to copy files from your computer to the internal memory, first locate the files on your computer, select
the files you want to copy, and then drag and drop them into the DPF’s internal memory drive.
TIP: Most cameras and graphic programs store photos in the Windows XP ‘My Pictures’ or Vista ‘Pictures’
folder. If you didn’t save them to any other location, you may find them there.
Disconnect DPF from Windows PC
It is important to always perform a safe PC ‘release’ before disconnecting the DPF USB cable from the PC.
WARNING: Do not unplug or switch off the DPF when files are being transferred, as that can seriously damage the
memory.
Windows Vista
1. On the Windows System Tray, click the hardware removal icon.
2. Click the Safely remove USB mass Storage device message corresponding with the DPF device drive.
3. When the message “This device can now be safely removed from the computer” appears, you can disconnect the
USB cable from your computer.
Windows XP
1. On the Windows System Tray, click the hardware removal icon.
2. Click Remove Hardware Safely.
3. Select the storage device corresponding with the DPF, and then click Stop to disconnect. A final dialog box
opens.
4. Click Close.
5. When the message “It is now Safe to Disconnect Hardware” appears, you can disconnect the USB cable from
your computer.
Connect DPF to Macintosh Computer
1. Use a USB cable to connect the DPF to your Macintosh computer.
2. Macintosh will recognize the DPF as an external storage device.
3. Drag and drop files between the two devices as you normally move files.
Disconnect DPF from Macintosh Computer
1. To safely disconnect the DPF from your Macintosh, select DPF’s icon on your desktop and press Command-e to
eject the disk.
2. When the icon is no longer on the desktop, it is safe to unplug the USB cable.
Set Sleep Mode
The DPF will stay on until you power it off, however, to save power you can set it to automatically go into a sleep mode
when left idle for a specific amount of time.
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Set Sleep Mode, and then select the desired setting.
OFF (default) = Power saver is ‘disabled’; DPF will remain on until you power it off or change the sleep mode setting
2/4/8 Hours = The DPF will automatically go into sleep mode when left idle the specified amount of time
3. Select Done.
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Set Language
Depending on model, this DPF may include multiple languages for the user interface display.
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Set Language, and then select the desired language.
Reset to Factory Defaults
If you have changed function settings, using this feature will restore all settings to the factory pre-set defaults.
1. On the HOME screen, press
to display the Setup Menu.
2. Select Reset to Factory Defaults, and then select Yes to reset, or No to leave current settings.
3. Press
to return to the HOME screen.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I set up my DPF?
A: It is very simple to get your Digital Photo Frame setup. Just plug the power adapter into the DPF and into a standard
wall outlet, and then power it on. A slideshow will begin displaying the images pre-loaded in the internal memory. To
view your own photos, insert a memory card into the card slot on the side of the DPF. Select Start Slideshow from the
memory card option screen.
Q: What memory cards can the Digital Photo Frame Read?
A: Compatible memory cards include: Secure Digital™ (SD), MultiMedia Card™(MMC), xD Card, Memory Stick™(MS),
MemoryStick Pro™, and Memory Stick Pro Duo™.
Q: I set up the Digital Photo Frame; why won’t it turn on?
A: The power adapter may not be securely connected to the DPF or the power switch may not be in the ON position.
Q: I have a memory card in the DPF; why can’t I view my photos?
A: A) Be sure that the memory card is one of the formats listed above and that the files on the card are JPEG images
files. Some digital cameras save images in other formats. Refer to your camera’s user guide if your photos are not
JPEG files.
B) Make sure the memory card is inserted all the way into the card slot.
, choose Select Media Source, select the desired media source, and then press
C) On the HOME screen, press
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to return to the HOME screen and then select the PHOTOS-PLAY button. The slideshow should
begin displaying your photos.
Q: Why is the photo display slower with some photos than others?
A: Higher resolution photos load more slowly. Try using lower resolution photos or down scaling your images. Refer to
your camera’s operating user guide for details on down scaling your photos.
Q: Can I insert multiple memory cards?
A: No, there is only one memory card slot.
Q: Does the DPF have built-in (internal) memory?
A: Yes. The memory size varies by model.
Q: Does the DPF support all JPEG and Motion JPEG files?
A: No. The DPF only supports JPEG and Motion JPEG files taken from a digital camera. The DPF may not read all image
files downloaded from the Internet or from other software graphic applications.
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Important Safety Preca utions
Always follow these basic safety precautions when using your Multimedia Digital Photo Frame (DPF). This will reduce the
risk of fire, electric shock, and injury.
WARNING: Do not expose this product to rain or moisture.
Do not remove the cover. There are no user-serviceable parts inside. Refer all servicing to qualified
personnel.
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The DPF is for indoor use only.
Unplug the DPF before performing care and maintenance.
Do not block the ventilation holes on the back of the DPF at any time.
Keep your DPF out of direct sunlight and heat sources.
Protect the power cord. Route power cords so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed on or
against them. Pay particular attention to the point where the cord attaches to the DPF.
Only use the AC adapter included with the DPF. Using any other power adapter will void your warranty.
Unplug the power cord from the power outlet when the unit is not in use.
Cleaning the DPF
Treat the screen gently, it is made of glass and can break. To clean fingerprints or dust from the LCD screen, we
recommend using a soft, non-abrasive cloth such as a camera lens cloth to clean the LCD screen. If you use a
commercial LCD Cleaning Kit, do not apply the cleaning liquid directly to the LCD screen. Clean the LCD screen with
cleaning cloth moistened with the liquid.
Clean the outer surface of the DPF (excluding the screen) and the remote control with a soft cloth dampened with
water.
Product Specifications
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LCD Screen
7” (480x234)
9” (800x480)
10.1” (800x480)
Compatible Media
Sources
5-in-one Card reader
Secure Digital™, Multi Media Card™, xD Memory Card™, Memory Stick™,
Memory Stick PRO™, Memory Stick PRO DUO
Features
Displays Photos (JPEG) individually or as slideshow
Calendar and Clock with photo slideshow
Simple Plug & Play
No computer required
File Format
JPEG images
USB Port
USB Device and USB Host (varies by model)
Internal Memory
7” – 128MB, up to 800 compressed images
9” – 256MB, up to 1500 compressed images
10.1” – 256MB, up to to 1250 compressed images
Frame
Decorative Paper
Mats
Dark Espresso Front Concave
1 Decorative Paper Mat, double color: White on Espresso
Power Adapter
Input: 100V - 240V AC, 50~60 HZ, Output: 5V 2A or 1.5A (varies by model)
Limited Warranty
Your HP Product is warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship under normal use for “X” years, starting on your
date of purchase. Your dated sales or delivery receipt is your proof of purchase. You may be required to provide proof of purchase
as a condition of receiving warranty service.
During the warranty period, if a defective HP Product covered by this Limited Warranty is returned to the designated HP Service
Center, it will be repaired or replaced, at the option of the Service Center, or its purchase price will be refunded. No repair,
replacement or refund will be provided unless the defective HP Product is returned to the Service Center at your expense; for some
HP Products, no return will be accepted unless the Service Center first provides you with a Return Material Authorization (RMA). If
your HP Product has recurring failures, at the option of the Service Center, either you will be furnished with a different product that
is equivalent in performance or you will receive a refund of your purchase price. Service Center support may be provided by an HP
subcontractor or other third parties. Please see the HP Service Center information provided below.
Where permitted by local law, HP Products and any replacement products or parts may contain new materials or used materials
equivalent to new in performance and reliability. Replacement products or parts will have functionality at least equal to that of the
product or part being replaced. Replacement products and parts are warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship
for 90 days, or for the remainder of the warranty period for the HP Product which they are replacing or in which they are installed,
whichever is longer.
Exclusions
This Limited Warranty does not include technical assistance. This Limited Warranty does not cover cosmetic damage, loss or
damage in transit, or damage resulting from (a) accident, misuse, abuse or other external causes; (b) product elements not
supplied by HP; (c) improper site preparation or maintenance; or (d) modification or service by anyone other than HP, an HP
Service Center or another HP-authorized service provider.
Limitations/Local Laws
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, there are no other warranties, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
for your hp product. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES IMPOSED BY LAW ARE
LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD.
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and it is governed by the laws of the state and country in which your HP
Product was purchased. You may also have other rights that vary from state to state and country to country. You are advised to
consult applicable state and country laws to determine your rights. Some states and countries do not allow any limitation on how
long a limited warranty will last, or any exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages. In such states and countries,
some of the exclusions or limitations stated in this Limited Warranty may not apply to you.
Sole Remedies/No Incidental or Consequential Damages
To the extent allowed by local law, the remedies provided in this Limited Warranty are your sole and exclusive remedies. These
terms and conditions supersede any prior agreements or representations, including statements made in sales literature or advice
given in connection with your purchase.
TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LOCAL LAW, and EXCEPT as SPECIFICALLY SET FORTH IN THIS limited warranty, IN NO
EVENT SHALL HP, any hp service center or any HP-authorized service provider BE LIABLE FOR (1) ANY DAMAGES CAUSED
BY THE PRODUCT OR THE FAILURE OF THE PRODUCT TO PERFORM, (2) ANY DAMAGES RESULTING FROM LOSS OF
PROGRAMS OR DATA, OR (3) ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
WHETHER BASED ON CONTRACT, TORT, OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, AND WHETHER OR NOT ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. HP MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES.
Locate Your HP Support / Service Center
If you require support during the warranty period, locate the HP Support Contact and Service Center for this product at:
www.hp.com/go/warrantyinfo
or www.hp.com/support
Technical support telephone number: 1-800-715-5354.
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FCC Statement
FCC Part 15 Information
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the Federal
Communication Commission (FCC) Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not
occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
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Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Declaration of Conformity
Supplier's Name:
Pandigital Inc.
Supplier's Address:
6375 Clark Ave. Suite 100, Dublin, CA 94568, U.S.A.
Product Name and Model:
Hewlett Packard Digital Picture Frame
Regulatory Model Number: (1) df730p1 (2) df750p1 (3) df840p1
(4) df940p1 (5) df1010p1 (6) df1200p1
Conforms to the following product specifications:
EMC:
EN 55022: 2006 + A1: 2007
EN 61000-3-2: 2006
EN 61000-3-3: 2008
EN 55024:1998 + A1:2001 + A2:2003, Class B
EN 60950-1: 2006
FCC Part 15
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