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Getting pictures to be viewable on camera from memory card

I thought I was helping a friend and cleared her memory card and burned and disk of images for her. Now she's mad cause she wanted to view them on her camera. Can I get them back on with a reader, the camera is a canon powershot sd600. Thanks

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    I recently bought a canon printer for my canon camera and now want my pictures back on to my camera... How do I get them from my computer back to my memory card?...

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Yes, you can easily copy back the pictures to the memory card through a card reader, but first you should reformat the card on the camera so that necessary folders can be created. There you'll find something like DCIM folder, create a new folder and copy back the pictures on that folder.

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