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How can I see my pics from SD card from the toshibs pocket pc e330, I slide the SD card in but I can't find what I have in it,,Please help...

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Hi,

You have to turn off the device and then insert the SD card. Then you can use the file explorer to view content on it.

You can also use Arcsoft Photobase software to view photos but its price is $40. Tr the demo first and buy it if you really need although the file explorer is alone sufficient.


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