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Loading pictures onto flash driver

How do i load pictures from my computer to my flash driver

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  • Anonymous Jan 20, 2009

    when i try to load my photos onto my new flash drive (Sony 2gb) it stops at 194 photos or 31mb and says it is right protected or full. How come it stops 31 ?

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Drag and Drop

You simply right click on what ever image you wish and while holding down the right mouse button and drag the image from where ever it is to the flash drive. you can select
( copy here ) or ( move here )

Copy is good because it keeps a copy of the image in the original location in case you screw up ...

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