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SD Card is an acronym for Secure Digital. They come in 3 sizes - Micro, Mini, and SD. Your phone most likely has a micro SD. Your camera most likely has an SD.
An SD card is a flash-memory card, and it's name derives from the company that first produced it: SanDisk. They are small and thin and Ideal for use in portable device…s. From a PC's viewpoint they can be treated like disk drives.
memory card that fits in cameras and some phones
its the actual microSD card as in you click on the 'removable disk' from my computer or whatever and that's the root of the micro sd card. you don't go into any other fo…lders or anything
SD memory cards are sold in places that sell digital cameras and camera equipment, such as major drugstore chains, Wal-Mart, and Radio Shack. Prices have recently dropped subs…tantially. Cards may also be purchased online. Note that the high-capacity SD memory cards, those over 2 GB, may not work in all equipment. Look for the "SDHC" descriptor to be certain your device can use the high-capacity cards. If you intend to use the card for recording moving images, it is best to purchase "high speed" cards, which can better keep up with the necessary write speeds.
SD = Secure Digital
it takes normal SD you can buy a 2gb for about 5 or 6 pounds off memorybits.co.uk for the us .com
It can be used for a Nintendo ds lite, Nintendo ds i, Nintendo ds i XL and wii..................
Download the file to your computer and then transfer it to your sd card, or download to your phone and transfer it. In order for it to be on the root and not the sd card itsel…f, you have to make sure it's not in a subfolder. As soon as you open the sd card, you should be able to see the file.
it depends what you want it for For a phone= at your phone compony store. they can also give you a converter that lets you put it in your computer for a camera…= any place that sells electronics. ex- Best bye, Radio Shack
this is a weird answer, but trust me it'll work.. If you have a camera, its your lucky day!! -which works and it must be a digital camera 1) Look, for the SD ca…rd slot in your camera 2) Open it 3) There ya go!! SD card inside it!! (every camera should have it, otherwise it wouldn't ever work) 4) Just push the SD, and when it pops up, just pull it gently 5) Put it in your Sd card slot, for whatever console... (e.g. DSi, Wii, mobile and you get the point) P.S Im talking about a camera, not a DSi camera!! just a regular camera! Perhaps the questioner meant, 'Where do you buy an SD card?', and the answer is from photographic shops or via the internet - Amazon etc.
SD = Secure Digital
In Nintendo DSi
i bought one in orland park mall gamestop they are memory sd cards hope this helped:) EBay and Amazon.com sell them if you want to buy Online as do most Electronic and gamin…g stores also, online and physical stores.
Secure Digital (SD) is a non-volatile memory card format developed by the SD Card Association (SDA) for use in portable devices. Micro SD is a physically smaller version.
You would have to place the card into a computer and move the files into a folder in the computer. Then, take the new card and put it into the computer. Move the files from th…e old card onto the new card.