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Question.? posted by ironmannyy on Aug 07, 2008 Report abuse I paste my videos from my SD card camera to my pc, question? May I erase my SD card and keep my videos in my pc? becouse every time I wanted to watch the videos I have to insert the SD card. Thanks Manny

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Yes, you can erase the video in your sd card since you have already a backup file in your pc. but make sure you have copy all of your files in your SD card to your PC drive.

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