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Re: transfer from usb to micro sd
This mp3 player does not appear to have SD card support. In general terms, however, if you plugged a USB flash drive into one USB port of your computer, and then plugged an SD card into the SD card slot on your computer, you can then double-click "My Computer," and then double-click on "Removable Drive F" or whatever your computer is calling the USB flash drive. Then, open a second instance of "My Computer," double-click on the SD Card logo, and then drag files from the USB flash window, or to the SD card window as appropriate.
Another way to do this without opening a second instance of "My Computer," would be to open up the icon for the USB flash drive, right-click on the first file that you want to transfer, and then select "Explore." The window will then change - you will see the file or files you want to transfer on the right, and all available drives (including the SD card icon) on the left. Drag and drop from there.
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There are external memory card readers, you can connect to any USB port of all modern computers. Perhaps even your flash drive has an USB connector, so you can put it in an USB slot from the computer.
If the flash five is a mini or micro SD card, you need an adopter from Mini (Micro) to SD ann that combination should be inserted in the external memory card reader.
You can transfer pictures to your laptop by using a Micro SD card reader like the one in the image:
Insert the Micro SD to the slot which says "Micro SD" and then plug it in the USB port of your laptop. The laptop will soon detect the Micro SD. Open "My Computer" and then choose the removable drive which is usually E: or F: or G:. Thanks.
There are two basic ways to tranfer files from one to another SD. The first one is if you have a SD reader with two slots. You can then put one SD in a slot and the other in another slot and copy all the files from one to another. The second option is to pass through a PC. You should copy the content of the first SD to the PC and then connect the second SD and copy all the data on it.
If you have no SD slot on your laptop, you will have to buy an external USB SD reader. They typically cost $5-$10, and are readily available online (e.g. http://www.buy.com/prod/micro-sd-sdhc-card-usb-reader-for-1gb-2gb-4gb-8gb/q/sellerid/23962916/loc/101/213271933.html) or in almost any store with a good selection of electronics.
Place the mini-SD card within the mini-to-SD card adapter. Make sure the tab on the mini-SD is facing the upper side of the adapter. Slide it in slowly, being careful not to damage the pins.
Slide the adapter in an SD slot on your computer. If you do not have an SD slot, place the adapter in a USB card reader, and plug that into a USB slot on your computer. Give the computer time to read the card.
Open "My Computer" (usually located in your start menu) and navigate to your mini-SD card. It will usually be recognized as a drive such as "E:" or "H:."
Right-click on the drive and select the "Format" option. A menu window will open.
Make sure that the drive size is set correctly, and that it is set to the file system you wish to use (usually FAT32 on an SD card). If you don't know what file system you should use, just leave it at the default setting.
Enter a volume label, which is the name for the drive, then press start. This process should only take a few minutes.
Do not use the "Quick Format" option unless you have just recently formatted the mini-SD card. "Quick Format" doesn't completely erase all data and is not effective unless used after a full format.
When you format your mini-SD card, all of the data on it will be erased. Make sure to back up your files on the card before formatting
most mini sd cards come with a full-sized sd card adapter that the mini slips into. You can then slip that in your computer if you have an sd slot or sd reader. You can also buy very inexpensively, a usb port mini sd reader that you can plug directly into your usb port on your computer. Then after you'v dragged and dropped the files, you can put the mini sd back in your phone.
Hi, First insert the micro SD into its adapter which resembles a SD card itself but has a small opening at the bottom to insert the micro SD. The adapter should not b locked while inserting or removin the micro SD. Now insert the adapter in the card readers slot which should be connected to a PC via a USB. If its a card reader then insert the adapter with microSD in the right side top corner of the card reader with the adapters copper pins facing down. OR if u already have slots in ur CPU to insert the SD card install it there, Now transfer files to ur card happily. NOTE: Rename ur device so that next time when u plug it in the adpter n connect it to PC, u wont get confused. Just right Click on the drive icon in ur PC n select rename n just giv any name as u lik. Rate he soln dude Bye..........!