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Pictures from computor to memory card

I'm trying to put pictures back to memory card from computor so I can use them in a picyure frame

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Hello there
Yes you can do tha. Just connect the the camera or if you use a card reader then connect the card reader and memory card to the Computer. After that the Camera or Card are shown as memory card in my computer. Open that and you can find all the photos on the camera. Copy the photos from your computer that you want to load onto the camera and paste them in the folder where the photos are there. Thats it , now you can see the photos on your camera.

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Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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ok where to start..
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