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I would like to transfer images back from my computer to my Flash Card so I can transfer the images to a DVD player. Is this possible?

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Transfering shouldn't be a problem. But why transfer from your computer to a Flash Card (I'm assuming Compact Flash Card) to transfer to a DVD player? You could easily just transfer the images straight from the computer to a DVDisk so that it can play in a DVD player.

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