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    Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    Bought sd card reader and some blank scan disk cards forgot the method to actually copy / format these.... any help appreciated Dave

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    Re: Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    Download HDD Raw Copy


    With a good card in reader, create an image of the card, once done, you can move the image to a blank card, Do not format new card when you first insert. Won't damage card, just a waste of time


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    Re: Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    Quote Originally Posted by mansart View Post
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    With a good card in reader, create an image of the card, once done, you can move the image to a blank card, Do not format new card when you first insert. Won't damage card, just a waste of time

    Got the HDs raw copy is my hard drive the target,makes me nervous when it says all data will be overwritten.......

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    Re: Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    Quote Originally Posted by davebtech View Post
    Got the HDs raw copy is my hard drive the target,makes me nervous when it says all data will be overwritten.......
    The Target should be your blank card. It is just saying if anything is on that card it will be overwritten. Source should be the good card.

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    Re: Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansen88 View Post
    The Target should be your blank card. It is just saying if anything is on that card it will be overwritten. Source should be the good card.

    Thanks but I mean the initial copying of good sd to target....don’t you need to copy good one first in order to transfer?

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    Re: Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    My laptop does not have a sd card slot so I bought two usb to sd adapters. So I plug both into my usb ports. I put the good sd card in one and the blank in the other. The usb drive with the good card I make the source and the drive with the blank the tatget. It is quicker that way because it eliminates a step and reads the good one and copys the blank at the same time.

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    Re: Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansen88 View Post
    My laptop does not have a sd card slot so I bought two usb to sd adapters. So I plug both into my usb ports. I put the good sd card in one and the blank in the other. The usb drive with the good card I make the source and the drive with the blank the tatget. It is quicker that way because it eliminates a step and reads the good one and copys the blank at the same time.
    great way.. one Q.. (cuz I never did it)

    do you error check source drive first?

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    Re: Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil B. View Post
    great way.. one Q.. (cuz I never did it)

    do you error check source drive first?
    I would say no. I am old school as far as computers, not sure how to error check. I use a sd card from a working machine. Have not run into any problems so far.

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    Re: Sharp mxm 264 sd cards

    Quote Originally Posted by Hansen88 View Post
    My laptop does not have a sd card slot so I bought two usb to sd adapters. So I plug both into my usb ports. I put the good sd card in one and the blank in the other. The usb drive with the good card I make the source and the drive with the blank the tatget. It is quicker that way because it eliminates a step and reads the good one and copys the blank at the same time.

    Thank you!!!!!,finally got around to trying it, worked great Thanks!!!!!

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