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I have a nikon S550 and have some pictures in my internal memory but dont have the cable. How can I do to transfer the pictures from the internal to the external memory?

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  • jenny_albuja Sep 10, 2009

    Thanks, Ive tried this. I hve the copy function but when scroll down in the menu i can not clink on this option (it is skipped) :(

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Look in the menus for an entry for "copy". It should give you the option to copy the internal memory to a memory card.

Posted on Sep 10, 2009

  • Ty Price Sep 10, 2009

    At this point, I would go to the support section of Nikon's website and e-mail one of their tech people with the problem...I'm sure they have a work-around.

  • sweetiecmg Sep 07, 2010

    If you add the memory card in you will be able to select the copy option. Then it will ask you if you want to copy images from the camera to a card or from a card to the camera.

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