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There were some images taken by digital camera model # S870 3x OPTICAL ZOOM on a memory SD card. and I want to move these from this SD card to another new SD card. what should I do? Can I transfer directly by using a computer as medium?

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  • Lita Saelao Jun 06, 2010

    my computer has a built-in socket for SD card. and I succeeded to move the images, but when I put the new SD card with those transferred images into the camera, i could see the camera display "no imgages", it seems the camera couldn't read these transferred images. What can I do to allow me to see the transferred images on the camera display?

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Yes, you can transfer images from one SD card to another SD card easily, all is needed one SD card reader and camera, both things plugged in USB ports of computer.
Put SD card that have images in camera, hook it in computer USB port, now plug second SD card in card reader and plug it in computer USB port.
Go to My Computer and open camera SD card drive, copy folder that contains image files and paste in other SD card as both cards would be shown as mass storage drives in My Computer window.
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    select all files in SD card by pressing CTRL+A on key board, right click mouse and select copy, pasts all files in other SD card to view these pictures in camera.

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Hi,

Yes, you can transfer the images from the original SD card to the new SD card using your computer.

The best and quickest way to do this by using a memory card reader/writer (You can use your computer's built-in memory card reader, if it has one, or you can purchase an external memory card reader/writer. See attached image)

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To do this, kindly remove the memory card from the camera and insert it into the card reader. Now, the memory card will be shown as a removable disk in "My Computer". You can browse the images and copy the images to your computer. Then you can transfer these images to the new SD card by using the same method.

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