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Can pictures be transfered from a laptop onto a sandisk for use in an electronic picture frame??

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Yes pictures can be transfered from a hard drive to a Sandisk with a card reader and if the digital frame you are using had a slot for a compact flash card for secure digital card.

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Yes, if the picture frames supports Sandisk or has a slots for that..

Posted on Dec 31, 2007

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