Skydrive

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How do I transfer pictures from my SD card to Skydrive. I have Windows 7

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You should be able to open your SD card like any other hard drive because it is nothing but a removable hard drive. Once you do that and the contents are exposed, then you are able to copy and paste or transfer to the Skydrive in Hotmail.

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  • CharlieBrowne
    Here is a link to give you all the information you need. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/skydrive/home
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  • Alamch
    before transferring files from your SD card to Skydrive you must make sure that you have a Hotmail account, SD Card reader or any other source from which you may transfer your data from your SD card to you computer .. so finnaly 1st of all you'll have to transfer all of your data to computer and afterwards you'll go to live.msn.com sign in there with hotmail account and than goto photos in skydrive there you'll find upload section upload all of your data from your hard disk to Skydriver for more details please visit: http://www.techyv.com/questions/transferring-files-skydrive-iphone
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