What are CompactFlash cards for?
CompactFlash cards (CF cards) are the most successful of the early memory card formats. They use flash memory technology to store data on portable electronic devices. There are no moving mechanical parts or batteries in CF cards. You won’t lose your data stored on CF cards when a device’s power source is off. Today CF cards are primarily used as removable memory for high-end digital cameras and other mass storage devices. With a CF card, you can store photos, music, videos and games in one place and transfer them with ease.
Why do you need CompactFlash card copier?
If you own a camera using CompactFlash card as main storage device, such as Canon SLR, you will need CompactFlash duplicator in following situations:
Get a duplicate of all the data stored on the CF card in case of losing precious photos out of expectation.
Transfer photos or videos from the CF card to PC or other storage devices when there is insufficient space to store new photos or videos.
Now you see it’s necessary to copy CF cards. What you need is an integrated CompactFlash duplicator software to help you complete the task.
Find the integrated CompactFlash card copier in Windows
AOMEI Backupper Standard, a free disk cloning software, can be your best choice for CompactFlash card copier in Windows. It supports all Windows PC operating systems. However, if you are running Windows Server operating system, please turn to the server edition. Besides, it applies to every format of CF cards including FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 which are compatible on both Windows PC and cameras. Learn how to copy a CF card to your computer below:
Step 1. Connect the CF card to your computer and make sure it is detected. Download, install and run AOMEI Backupper. Click “Clone” on the left pane and select “Disk Clone”.
Step 2. Select the CF card as the source disk and click “Next”.
Step 3. Select the local disk of your computer as the destination disk and click “Next”.
Step 4. Confirm the operation and click “Start Clone”.
The destination disk will be completely overwritten. Backup the destination disk before you start clone if there are important data on it.
If you tick “Sector by sector clone” in Step 4, AOMEI Backupper will clone every sector on your CF card no matter it is used or not, which will take more time and occupy more storage space.
If the destination disk is an SSD, you can tick “Align partition to optimize for SSD” in Step 4 to improve the reading and writing speed of the SSD.
To edit the partition size on the destination disk, please upgrade to AOMEI Backupper Professional.
To protect your treasurable memories on CF cards or spare enough space for new data, you need to copy CF cards. AOMEI Backupper is an integrated CompactFlash card copier in Windows—in spite of clone, it owns the features of backup, sync and recovery. You can use AOMEI Backupper as bit copy software and find a quick workaround to Windows Server Backup not deleting old backups with AOMEI Backupper. Go for this tool right now!