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Answer Yes, if your computer has a memory card reader that your particular memory card will fit into and work with. The card reader will allow your computer to r…ead and write to the memory card as though it were any other disk drive, and you can even use the same Windows Explorer to do so.
Windows One needs to plug the flash card into the computer in some way. If it is USB, simply plug it into the USB port in the back or front of your tower. If it is …an SD card, you'll need a "Card Reader" in order to put it in. Most USB flash drives are "Plug & Play" in that they should install within 10 minutes of being plugged in to the PC. After, head on over to "My Computer" and you should see a "Removable Disk Drive" or "Removable Drive" or similair, open the drive as you would a folder (double click it) and drag and drop files. Mac A USB icon will appear on your desktop after the flash drive is plugged in. It looks similair to a Hard Disk icon but is white. Open it, and drag and drop files onto it.
Use a card reader, as cheap of $5. Insert your SD card in the reader slot. Connect the reader to computer. Computer understands there is an external SD connected to it. So res…t is as easy as drag and drop folders
How can you transfer photos from your computer to a compact flash card if you do have a card reader?
With the proper cable, connect the camera, with the CF card installed, to the computer where the photos are located. Then, open up the CF card drive on the computer and cr…eate a new folder on the CF card, which will be used to store the photos that are about to be transferred. Copy and paste the photos from the computer into the new folder.
Use the click and drag method. Open My Computer - expand the drives so you see the card reader. Expand My Documents until you see the picture file(s) you want. Left click on t…he picture file, hold down the button and drag to the card reader, let go of the button.
At least, we should have a card reader that support your memory card type. Attach the card reader to the PC through USB connection and you will see your memory card on "…My Computer" windows. Consider it as one of your hard disk drives and you can use it easily.
Yes. a) USB card reader can be used for the purpose. The card will appear as separate drive in Windows Explorer. You can copy and paste as one usually do. However t…he writing speed may be too slow depending on the type, formatting of card and speed of USB connection.
Copy from computer folder, past into memory card folder.
some do... some dont, if it had it it would be a thing on the front pannel with a bunch of slots in it.
Go onto your 'My Computer' then copy your file, after that click on your memory card and paste the document.
you cAN buy a sd card reader adapter, it plugs right into your usb port,
Card reader itself does not contain any memory, so the answer is NO. If you mean the card reader with memory card inside, then the answer is YES.
You can, you just need a card reader. It's a small device with a slot for the card, and a USB plug to go into the computer.
you can see card reader slot in side or front of your laptop i.e in other part rather than lid, there you can insert your card in given size.
No you cannot. You will need an SD card for it. The only way to get the pictures you want from your DSI to your computer is to upload the picture to FaceBook and download the …picture from your computer and there you will have it. But besides that there is no possible way.
If the computer has an SD card slot - simply plug a card in and 'drag & drop' the files you want. If it doesn't have an SD slot, use a USB adaptor.
It's very simple. Just use the card reader & that's it.