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Scandisk card can you download pictures from your computer to the scandisk scandisk card

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  • screwgdriver May 11, 2010

    Yes you can, but if you try and view them on a camera, you will most likely get an error. You can use it with a USB card reader and have a protable drive that you can store just about anything as long as you do not fill it up.

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    Carlos Ra?l May 11, 2010

    you should be able as long as you have a scan disk reader. if your computer doesnt already have one you can buy one for really cheap.

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It matter if its a phone cam or just a ca. phones don't come up errors but only some phones do. its matters not all phones or cams give errors plug phone or cam in the computer select send to removable dis.G. and c no harm no foul right.

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