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Copy SD Card to SD Card in Windows PC

Copy SD Card to SD Card in Windows PC

Copy SD Card to SD Card in Windows PC

Geeks - To copy the contents of one SD card to another in a Windows PC, you will need a card reader that can read both SD cards. You can then use the built-in Windows file manager, called File Explorer, to copy the files from one SD card to the other.

Here are the detailed steps:

Plug the card reader into your PC and insert both SD cards into the reader.

Open File Explorer and navigate to the SD card that you want to copy.

Select the files and folders that you want to copy, and then press Ctrl+C to copy them.

Navigate to the destination SD card in File Explorer, and then press Ctrl+V to paste the files onto the card.

When the copying is complete, you can remove both SD cards from the card reader and use them as needed.

It's important to note that you can only copy the files and folders that are on the SD card. If there is any space remaining on the destination SD card, it will not be filled with empty space. Also, the copying process may take some time, depending on the size of the files and the speed of your card reader and PC.

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