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I dont know how to transfer photos from the built in memory to the memory card.

I took pictures on my camera without the memory card inserted. the photos are now in the built-in memory. i dont know how to transfer it to the memory card.

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  • Brandi Reis May 11, 2010

    What type of camera do you have?

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I had the same problem but found the previous solution skipped a few steps for those of us that need to be walked through these things! Here is what I did to transfer the photos I had on the internal memory on my Panasonic Lumiv camera:
Press Menu, use down arrow to move option on left side from "mode" down to "playback" (shows an arrow), then use right arrow to move to list and down arrow to scroll to last item on last page, which is "copy". Press menu to select it, then choose the first choice, which is internal memory to memory stick and push menu and you are done!

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    thank you very much. You saved my life. I have only 30 minutes to fix it and presentation to my Boss and I forgot put memory card in.

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Turn On camera, press Menu >> Copy >> OK
This will copy photos from internal memory to memory card.

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Note: When the camera is connected to a computer using the USB cable with a memory\picture card in the memory\picture card slot, the computer will only see the contents of the memory\picture card.

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