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First off, you will need a card reader that is capable of reading SD HC cards. You may have one in your computer already or you may have or can buy a USB card reader. The H.D interface is not that new so most readers have the ability to read these cards.Usage is simple.Just plug in the card reader, if it is not already part of your computer, and Windows will install the needed drivers. Put the card in the appropriate slot and your computer will assign it a drive letter.Then just copy from one location of your computer and paste it to your card.You can also "drag and drop" if you wish to.Do not defrag or format the card as this is no required and besides, if you do it really shortens the life of the card.If I left something out just post again.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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