You have 2 pictures: pb030022.jpg and pb030023.jpg.
Create 2 HTML files and store them on epods:
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" Content="10; URL=file://C:/WWW/HTML/pic2.html">
<body><IMG SRC="image/Pb030022.jpg" NOSAVE HEIGHT=400 WIDTH=600>
<meta HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" Content="10; URL=file://C:/WWW/HTML/pic1.html">
<IMG SRC="image/Pb030023.jpg" NOSAVE HEIGHT=400 WIDTH=600>
pic1.html displays the pb030022.jpg image. 10 seconds later it loads pic2.html which displays pb030023.jpg. 10 seconds later it reloads pic1.html again and the cycle repeats.
change the URL=file://c:/www/html/picx.html to point to where your files on the epod are.
Also change the IMG SRC=image\pb030022.jpg etc.. to point to where your image files are on the epod.
The above works fine on WinNT IE 5. I see no reason why it would not work on epod. You might need IE4 on the epod.
You should probably also remove either the HEIGHT=xxx or WIDTH=XXX in the HTML so your images do not come out squished. Keep one of them so the image will sort of fit on the epods screen. You will have to expermiment a bit.
To add more images, edit the pic2.html and make it point to a pic3.html and make pic3.html point back to pic1.html.
If you know basic/C/anything, it should be simple enough to write a program to generate all of the html files given a directory of image files, rather than have you write all of the html by hand.