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Hi,
Follow these steps to copy pictures from computer to flash card :
Connect flash card to your computer through usb .
Then select the pictures which you want to transfer to flash card.
Then copy the pictures and go to flash card drive shown in my computer and paste it .
That's it, you have uploaded the pictures from computer to flash card .


Hope this helps .

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