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Trying to move pictures to a sandisk 1 gb sd card.........it won't let me continue and yet there is only 17.4 mb on pictures on it, please help! Mimi

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  • mimi_to_ian Jan 28, 2008

    I tried that too.....thanks for trying though :-)


  • mimi_to_ian Jan 28, 2008

    You know, I am beginning to believe it it is the brand Sandisk because when I took my memory card out of my camera, brand Kingston, it transferred without a hitch, to that card! You opinion please!

    Mimi

  • mimi_to_ian Jan 28, 2008

    I think you may have something here........I do have a sandisk reader and so for no luck....thanks for trying

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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

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Can u upload to pc 1st then bakc to new card throw sd reader usb

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    nick helpap Jan 28, 2008

    did u try what i did 1st ya i know sum those sandisk are cheap but geta sd card reader usb one ok stick sd card in it to read it then save pics on hard dirve ok

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Before moving those pics, try reformatting that card first.

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    earl norman llanera Jan 28, 2008

    hi



    did you already try using a usb card reader for that? this is your only way to know that your card is working. hope this will resolve your problem. cheers. :)

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