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downloading pics on imac/mavericks w/ iphoto


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I am a luddite who just wants to know if I buy photo and try to download pics on my imac ( running Mavericks ) by inserting chip will I be able to do this. Please talk in laymans language. Thank-you
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I'm trying to understand what you wrote, please correct if I misinterpret what you stated...

You're asking about buying iPhoto, and then if you can copy photos to your Mac from a flash drive or SD card? If that's what you're asking, the answer is yes.
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I didn't say anything about an SD or a flash drive at all. I just want to simply get my pics off the chip, and send them somewhere. Thanks.
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Off what chip - what are you calling a chip?

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In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.
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Yes, well I said I was as luddite, and I meant it. Chip= The little card(?) that records your pictures that you take out of the camera to stick in the side of your ( my) Imac to transfer it to your desktop.
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P.S. "Am" You in? Ha ha
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Yes, please describe what you're calling a "chip". That's why I asked you about a SD card or flash drive because we have no idea what you're referring to as a "chip".
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Yes, well I said I was as luddite, and I meant it. Chip= The little card(?) that records your pictures that you take out of the camera to stick in the side of your ( my) Imac to transfer it to your desktop.
That's an SD card - which is what I asked you about in the first place. And if you're trying to be amusing, we are not impressed.
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Yes, well I said I was as luddite, and I meant it. Chip= The little card(?) that records your pictures that you take out of the camera to stick in the side of your ( my) Imac to transfer it to your desktop.
Thanks. God! ( Most) technical folks seem to think everybody gets all the computer jargon. I remember carbon paper and reel to reel amswering machines.
That's new stuff there. I remember wire recorders.
Remember reel to reel recorders also.
Never seen a reel to reel answering machine though.

And, as stated above, that would be a SD card.

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NO, I was trying to correct my own typo. And YOU are the moderator of this forum?
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