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How do I transfer pictures from my computer to an SD card? the files transferred but the images do not appear when I place the card in my camera.

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The camera does not support the format the computer software does. Try another photo software one from the manufacturer of the camera,

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You can use memory card reader or simply connect the device like digital camera or mobile phone to PC or laptop using data cable. You can also use bluetooth or infrared to transfer data.

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You cannot view your pictures from the camera because the file format and other hidden information from the pictures change when they were first saved in your computer. Once a picture is taken out of the camera, it's properties change. You can copy and save pictures in an SD card from computers but you won't be able to view then through the camera. I hope this help is sufficient.

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I do this by using the card reader on my PSC Printer. I go to my Pictures Folder and under the Edit Tab Select All, next you simply can either move these files to (if you have a card reader) my HP Card Reader or I can click on Send them to and I select Card Reader. You must have a card reader of some sort connected to your computer in order to do this. Printers have them or you can buy a card reader very low in cost.

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The proper way is to connect your camera using a USB to mini-D connector direct to the laptop. Use the Import facility to transfer the images to a folder.

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