Question about SanDisk Memory Media
Hey there mimi_to_ian, I recently worked on a Sandisk device. I transferred my pictures onto the drive by copying, rather than move the file. Also if you are using Windows XP, the manufacturer has indicated the drag and drop approach will do the trick. These solutions are under the assumption that your computer is recognizing the card as a drive, and the contents of it. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 28, 2008
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