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I want to return tranfered photos back to my SD card to use in a photo fram. How do I do it?

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You should be able to just click and drag the pictures back to the original directory on the SD card. The files may have to have the original file name, or be the original aspect ratio, or be in a particular file format. I am not familiar with digital photo frames, I only work with digital cameras.

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