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Save from internal memory to memory card?

I accidentally left my memory card at home and took pictures that saved on my camera's internal memory (for some reason it never ran out of memory -- i have over 50 pictures saved on it!) and the usb cord that came in the box does not fit in my camera for some reason. how can i save the pictures from my internal memory onto my memory card so i can transfer them to my computer?

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On play mode, press MENU, on PLAY tab-->COPY-->BUILD-IN->CARD, press SET,then wait until the "Busy...Please wait.. disappears.

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2) Return memory card back in the camera
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