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SD slot on iMac - digital frame


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New to Mac, so excuse the silly question(s)...

When I take the sd card from my digital frame and insert in my iMac, everything pops up as expected, but I want to replace the photos with newer ones. I have attempted to delete, trash the existing pics, but no luck. Should I be opening on iPhoto or something else in order to replace the current pics with my new ones?? Thanks in advance.

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Is the SD card locked by any chance? There might be a small slide on the SD card??

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Good thinking. Sometimes the obvious choice is the last thing I think of...haha. I'll check when I get home.
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Assuming that's the case, you should be able to replace the contents of the SD card willy nilly with just Finder, you don't need any specific photo software for that..

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