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Have a multi media/secure digital card reader-writer, not sure what to do with it, can things be taken off hard drive in computer and copied onto drive? Need to get info off of computer and wondering if this would work. Would appreciate any assistance you can provide.

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Yes; by inserting a digital card into the appropriate slot on the card reader, it will show as a disc in my computer and you can copy your items to it like any other disc.

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