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Transferring pics My DSC-5335B camera has blown it's usb port and i am trying to transfer the pictures on it's internal memory to a sd card however i only have a french manual and can't read french

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  • KARENB Dec 03, 2007

    i am trying to transfer pictures from internal memory to memory card so that I can take it to shop to print them off. instructions say to set to video, then menu, then mode menu, card, backup. however it wont let me select backup. can anyone help?

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I think there is a copy to card option in your camera.

It would enable you to transfer pictures from internal memory to your SD card.

You may check the website of your Camera Manufacturer and download the English manual online.

Posted on Nov 30, 2007

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