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Copying pictures from PC to the memory card.

Can the camera be used like a disk to copy picture files on to the memory card so i can put into a digital photo frame. If so how?

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When you connect your camera to the pc, via usb cable I presume, don't use the software that came with the camera, instead open the MY COMPUTER icon on the desktop, or in the windows START BUTTON. Your camera should in fact be recognized and appear as a new disk drive with its own drive letter or name.
If that happens, open the new drive window, and you should be able to see the folders that your camera uses to store pictures taken with it. It may depend on the picture frame requirements, but seems to me that you can now just drag and drop, cut, copy and paste any pictures you want right to the memory card drive, and I would not put them in any folder created by the camera, just on the memory card itself.

The other alternative is to purchase a memory card reader/writer for your type of card. They usually accept every card out there, and now you would be able to use that device to copy to and from the memory card without the need for a pc.

Hope that helps.

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