How do you upload photos to an SD card from your computer?
Open the SD card in windows explorer and then simply copy and paste the image files to the card.
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It will depend on your computer model and configuration. If it is part of your configuration, on a PC it will be either in front (open and visible) or may be covered by a plastic cover (to prevent the slot from dust). On laptop computers which have memory slots like SD, it can be either in front o…r on side of the laptop. (MORE)
clearing a SD card . \nyour computer will ask you if you want to delete the pictures. or if you/ve already put them on the computer, you can delete them manually by scrolling through and deleting them one by one.
Yes. Operating systems that recognize memory cards usually provide access to them similar to the way other storage devices (such as hard drives) are accessed.
Some laptops have a slot to read SD cards. You will need a universal card reader.There is a component called the SD RAM
If they have been deleted from the SD card, the files actually still exist on the card until they are overwritten by other data (photos). There is a good possibility of recovering these files using software. But in the meantime, the less you write and save to the card, the more data (files and photo…s) you will be able to get back. So take the card out of the camera and stop using it until the photos are recovered. There are many good file recovery software called Nice to Recover Data for Mac that can be used to recover deleted files from PC's, USB attached devices and memory cards. You can connect your camera to the PC, or put the card in a USB card reader and run the software on it to see what you can get back. The below related link lists a review of the better freeware (and yes, these are no-kidding freeware) recovery software. (MORE)
You need to have a SD card reader, either internal or an external one that plugs in to a USB port. Or just use your camera as the card reader if it plugs into your computer USB port.. Insert the SD card, find the drive number for the SD card reader (or camera) using windows explorer or whatever met…hod you use to work with files. Then just drag and drop to whatever hard drive folder you want the pictures in. (MORE)
if the photo is from ur phone just simply send the photo to ur email and then save picture as. if its from a camera take the memory stick out and plug it into ur computer and it will show up
After you get photo from your camera onto your computer how do you get photo to upload into a document that requires a photo?
\nIt depends what you mean by "upload". If you are actually uploading a photo to an online form or document the webpage should be setup to let you browse your folders on your drives to select and preview a file for upload.\n. \nIf you mean to simply add a photo to a document like Word, Excel or oth…er document program you will have to do the following; Transfer the photo from your camera or camera's media card. To do this you may need an appropriate cable (usb most typically) or card reader. If the file is not in a standard format you may need to convert the format using either software provided by the camera manufacturer or 3rd party software. \n. \nOnce the file is in a standard format such as JPeg you can open the file in an editing program. I use Photoshop, but if that's too expensive you can try Photoshop Elements which is much less expensive, or GIMP which is a free program and has many of the same tools. If you need to do this once or perhaps only within a 30 day period you might consider downloading the trial versions of the Adobe programs from the Adobe website as these are completely functional with no limitations, but can only be used on a system for 30 days. You may like one of them enough to consider purchasing it.\n. \nThese editing programs will allow you to crop your photo to remove excess areas in the image as well as correct details such as color, red-eye, reflections and the like. I suggest that you save the file as a new version (save as; myphoto_v2 for example) in case you go too far or perhaps have future use for the uncropped version. The last step in editing is to resize the image. This is so is is no larger than it needs to be in your document. This will help keep your document from becoming too large too quickly which may restrict you from emailing it or storing it on certain devices. I suggest setting the dpi at 150 as that will print out with fair quality (rather than 72 which is too small or 300 which makes for a larger than nessasary size).\n. \nNow you are ready to import the image into your document. You should be able to select the image in your editing program and "copy", then select a place in your document program and "paste". If that is not an option you can possible use an import option in the document program or you may find an option to "add or import photo". Some programs may require you to create a "picture box" within the program in which you can import a photo. Once the photo is in the document you may have the option to further position or format the photo using tools within the document program. If not you may have to edit the photo in the editing program to make changes to suit the placement and import it again. (MORE)
\nYes, if you have a card reader or if your camera acts as a card reader you can drag-and-drop them onto the drive. This should work in Windows or Mac OS.
You need a CD ROM drive, so that you can put the pictures in there.
you have to purchase an sd card reader, unless of course your pc/laptop came with one included.
if it is a laptop the hole will be on the right. the part that sais SD card should face up. If not you will need to purchase a SD usb reader, which can be purchased from walmart.
Yes, your SD card can be infected by the exchange of files between your infected PC and the card.
It must have slot on the front to add the card or you can buy a card reader and conect it to the coumputer by USB
Yes. Many newer computers include SD card readers. For the older ones, you can purchase a small SD card reader that plugs into your USB port..
if you do not have a card reader built into your machine you will need to get a memory card reader that plugs into usb ..... e bay or electronics shop
some computers cant. it has to have a special slot to put the memory card into and the memory card has to be the right size to fit
If you have a newer laptop it will normally have an SD card port, but, on a PC you would use an SD card reader which acts as a USB. You place the SD card into the slot and plug the actual device into the USB port on the computer. Do some research and I am sure you will find out more.
There is no SD slot. You need to get a card reader. You put the card into this and plug it into your computer. Alternatively you can connect your camera to the computer using the cables that came with it. Check your instruction book.
Some computers are compatible with SD cards and can therefore be put directly into your computer. From there; you can simply copy/move the music files to the SD card. If your computer doesn't have an SD card slot then you need an adapter. Or, alternatively, you can plug the SD card into a device suc…h as a camera and get a USB cord to plug into the camera and the computer. From there; well, you know what to do... (MORE)
camera shops sell adapters. they have a slot that you can slide your sd card into and a usb connection that you can plug into your computer
if u go to gamestop about ur dsi or walmart they would be able to tell u
Most, if not all laptops have an SD card slot on the side. With desktop computers, though, you'll need to get a USB SD card reader.
If you have a Emachines computer, then you put it into the little slot that says SD/MMC.
You must have it in a device that can connect to the computer and works with the SD card or if you have a slot on the PC or printer insert there click start-computer-removable disk and whichever letter pulls it up you can either format it or highlight everything and delete note if you delete it they… will go to recycle bin on you computer remember to empty it if you don't want it. (MORE)
How do you upload photos to my computer from my phone without a memory card or a floppy disk so i can send them to my MySpace?
You can use the usb but if you cant i dont think you can do it!
Find a website to upload your photos too. Click the 'upload' button and press 'browse'. Once you've done that go to 'Computer' or 'My Computer' and find your cell phone(usually has the name of the brand) in that list. Open it and browse your folders looking for either a 'Pictures' or 'Photos' folder…. (MORE)
USB A USB cable lets you connect your digital camera to your computer. Almost all digital cameras come with a USB cable. Just plug one end into the camera and the other into the computer. Once you've plugged the cable into the computer, software already installed on your computer may assist you… with getting the photos off your camera. If you plug your camera into your computer and nothing happens, don't worry. Your computer can read your camera as if it's another drive on your computer. Memory Card Some newer computers come with a slot for memory cards or a cable with a reader. You simply insert your digital camera's memory card into the computer or reader and your computer will recognize the card and ask where you'd like to save your photos. We recommend placing them in a folder in the My Pictures folder so you can find them easily. Docking Station Your camera may come with a docking station, or a station can be purchased if your camera is compatible. The docking station is plugged into your computer and situated on your desk to make connecting your camera to your computer a little easier. Finding Your Camera On the Computer If you're using Windows: 1.Go to My Computer and you should see your camera listed. 2.Double-click on the icon. 3.Go to Edit then to Select All. This will select all the photos on your camera. 4.Go to Edit then to Copy to Folder. 5.Choose a folder to place these in. We recommend putting it into the My Pictures folder so you can find them easily. If you're using a Mac: 1.An icon of your camera should appear on your desktop. 2.Double-click on the camera icon. 3.Highlight the contents of the folder and drag them into the folder where you'd like to save your photos. Sadly if you have one of the older cameras that use film you can't place the pictures on the computer. The only way is to print them at a store then using a scanner to make the picture digital. (MORE)
SD Cards are seen as removable storage by Windows (assuming you are not using a Mac). In order to run a program (game) from removable storage you need to install the program onto the card itself. However, this may take up a lot of space on the card, especially if its a large graphical game, so it ma…y not make sense for games like Oblivion or Assassin's Creed that require gigabytes of space. To install a program to run from removable storage: Run the program setup (either from the CD/DVD or downloaded file), usually the setup routine will allow you to choose the directory/folder to install in. (this may also be under advanced setup options). Navigate the setup to install on your SD Card, which should be listed under the main "Computer" heading. If there is enough space available on the card, the program should install. You should now be able to run the program from an icon installed on your desktop or from the SD Card folder in windows explorer. However, I highly recommend installing a helper program, like Portable Apps (www.portableapps.com), which is a freeware mini-program that stores only the necessary files needed to run a program on removable storage. Its user friendly and makes running stuff from cards a snap; the only downside is that not all programs will install this way and if you run into trouble, you'll be at the mercy of user forums, because the freeware won't readily be supported. (MORE)
Hook up the SD card to the computer then click "Save As" and save the photo (or the folder containing desired photos) under the SD card location (it might say importable disk then a #, but sometimes it doesn't).
It would most likely be located on the front of the computer for easy accessibility. Some cases have a sliding panel that may conceal front ports that are not being used.
You have to have a USB chord and you connect it to your computer, and your computer will take it from there.
I have an sd card. I want to use it in my digital photo frame using pictures stored on my computer. How do I do this?
That depends on the make and model of your digital photo frame. Refer to the instructions, or go to the manufacturer's web site and find them there. Some digital frames will accept an SD card directly; for others, you may need to plug your frame into the computer by USB cable. To get pictures T…O the SD card, you will need an SD card adapter. Many PCs have SD card ports built in; it would be a tiny slot on the face of the PC (or on one side of a laptop), probably next to one of the USB ports. If you don't have an SD card slot, you can purchase a multi-port adapter for under $20 that will give you an SD port, a Compact Flash port and perhaps a micro-SD port. Try any local computer or office supply store, or Frys, Best Buy, or online to NewEgg.com or TigerDirect.com. Many digital cameras use a CF or SD card as well. (MORE)
You will need a sd card adaptor if your computer has a sd card slot just insert it that's all i know. Most cameras have a camera to computer connection and allow you to download direct. Some printers have multiple card readers and allow you to download from there. You can purchase a multi connecti…on card reader from most photographic shops or pc shops such as Currys PC World. Once you have made the connection to your computer an icon will appear on the screen. Double clicking on to it will open it up and you should be able to copy them to you hard drive. (MORE)
Yes. Uploading refers to moving files to something greater. If some files are on your flash drive, you can upload them to a computer. If the files are already on your computer, you can upload them to a website, such as Google Docs, or Dropbox.
Not at all. Many computers these days have an SD card reader built in, but if yours doesn't, just get a USB model from your local big-box store (they usually run about $20)
uploading photos to computer from DVD as well as vice versa is possible. To copy from DVD its simple 1.just right click on the folder that u have to copy from the DVD and select copy. 2. right click on the place where u have to paste and click paste . that's al to copy from system to DVD use …software like Nero etc., anb burn the DVD with your folders. (MORE)
You should have a USB cable with the phone which would allow you to download from it like an external drive.
There should be a little slot on the side or back that your SD card can fit in. and that is were it should go
You can just put the card into your computer and transfer themover. You can use the software that comes with your camera or justtransfer them into your Pictures folder.
It's possible that the card is faulty; but a simple thing you might be able to try is using a different computer or plugging the card into a camera and then connecting the camera to the computer to see if you can read it that way.
You need to have a SD reader or USB adapter. If you got that, you can connect it to your computer and use is as an usual USB disk.
I think you take your card out of it and plug it in. I don't know. I'm trying to find the same answer!
how you pass music from your sd card is that you put in the sd card to youur computer next you go to files then music and find music you like next click download.
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.
If your mac computer is a newer macbook, then there should be a small slot on one of the sides of your unit. If your mac is an imac, then you will need to get a USB SD Card reader.
Well - if you're happy for the computer to erase the card, click yes or ok (or whatever choice performs the action). If you're not happy - deny the option. SD cards usually need formatting on first use - so the computer can set up the directory structure.
Yes you can Have to a USB adapter for memory card reading orbuilt-in go to your computer. First go on my computer you can go tostart menu for older windows version or windows 8 user need godesktop my computer. Second click your sdcard but noted it havevaries drive letter normally it's E. Third found… the photos youwants drag and drop where the photos you want you done. if computerthat where all your storage devices is at. (MORE)
When a photo is manually deleted from sd card, it is notpermanently removed. The space that the deleted photo was stored ismarked as available for new data, but the photos is stillrecoverable as long as it is not overwritten. Nevertheless, we needa reliable recovery tool to retrieve the deleted phot…o. A recoverytool like Recuva or Jihosoft photo recovery might help. Note : Once new files are saved to the sd card, they mightdamage the deleted photo. At that time, even the best photorecovery tool cannot get back the photo perfectly. (MORE)
Yes, in fact many modern digital cameras are designed to use an SD(or microSD) card to store the photos they take.