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Is it possible to transfer pictures from a computer back to your digital camera?

It depends on a lot of factors as some may find out. Some Operating  Systems such as Windows will not allow you to. And sometimes you  have to deal with JFIF Jpeg's and Exif (MORE)

How do you transfer pictures from computer to camera?

Make a file backup folder on your computer and copy all those photos to it and call it a by new name. Now delete the bad or poor pixs from the orignal photo file . Select the (MORE)

Transfer camera pictures to your computer?

Digital cameras usually come with software for installation on your computer. A cable is also usually included, so that you can connect your camera to a computer port, such as (MORE)

How do you transfer a picture from your digital camera to your computer?

You may have a disk of drivers that came with your camera. If so, you need to follow the steps in your manual and load any drivers onto your computer. You should also have rec (MORE)

What do you need to transfer a picture from your digital camera to your computer?

  The simplest way if your camera contains a memory card is to buy a card reader. These cost a few pounds or dollars and simply plug into your USB port.   If you have X (MORE)

How do I transfer pictures from my camera to my computer?

Most cameras have a USB lead (cable) supplied that plugs into the USB sockets (the same as for plugging in webcams). You need to: Plug the lead into your computerIf you are us (MORE)

How do you transfer pictures fom a digital camera to computer?

Most cameras come with software and cables to affect this transfer. My Canon has Canon software and my Kodak Ply sport has Kodak software. Once the cable is connected from the (MORE)