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I uploaded all my pictures on my computer i wan,t to get them back on my memorie card.how do i do do that

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If you do that, you risk corrupting both the card and your camera.

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SOURCE: unable to upload pictures from memory card to computer

Most laptops that have a memory card reader will only read these types of cards, without needing an adaptor: -SD card -MMC card -Sony Memory Stick or Memory Stick Pro cards -XD cards
However, you have a MS Pro Duo card, although it fits into the card reader slot, the card is a lot thinner than what's expected, so the laptop won't be able to read it.
You need to put the Pro Duo card into the stanard size MS Pro caard adaptor. See attached image.
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Generally, it's not possible to move images from internal memory to a memory card, which poses a problem because you can't connect that camera to your computer.

Most digital cameras keep the internal memory separate from the memory card. Not sure why, but they do.

It's unlikely that you'll be able to get those photos off, if the camera isn't recognized by the computer.

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SOURCE: How do you upload pictures from the cameras memory...

via cable from camera to computer .supplied in box with camera.nikon software also.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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