Go to File> Help> About Windows Media Player to check if the version is 10. If not uninstall your existing version of Windows Media Player and install the correct version of Windows Media Player from the by-packed CD.
Make sure the Philips Plug-in is installed on your PC. To check whether this Plug-in is available on your computer, go to Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs and check if Philips Device Plug-in is listed. If not, re-install the software from the supplied CD.
Check to see if the photo support option has been enabled in Windows Media Player by going to Tools>Options>Player. Make sure that the Enable picture support for devices check box is selected.
Go to File> Add to library. From the menu, choose to add pictures from folder or by searching your computer. These files will be added to your library. Note! Files that are directly under “my pictures” should be saved in a sub-folder before adding them to your library. If you do not do this they will show up in Windows Media Player with the event name “Unknown” and they will not show on your player.
Click on the Library tab. Go to All Pictures. Click to highlight the item you want to copy. Right click on the item and select Add to > Sync List.
Click on the Sync tab and select “Sync List”. Choose Philips as your destination in the device pane. Press the “Start Sync” button in the left top corner to start the transfer.