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How do I transfer files from my old computer to my new computer using the memory stick I bought?

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  • dgiddis Sep 11, 2008

    Thanks, I will give it a try. I didn't think of the copy/paste function. I was zeroing in of save.

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Ok my friend its easy

just plug in the memory stick in the old computer and copy/paste files from the old computer to the memory stick (don't forget to look at the size the files might be over sized and the memory stick wont save them).

now after finishing the copy paste from the old computer to the memory stick, take the memory stick out and plug it in the new computer and copy/paste the files from the memory stick to the computer.

you may need to do these steps for few times if you have a large amount of data

cheers

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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