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I bought a new thumb drive and saved my graphic on to it, but when I tried to bring the graphic up on the screen, from the thumb drive, it said there were 0 bytes, so I assume it did not save. What might I be doing wrong?

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Right click the thum drive and look for the format tab open it and select quick format, then apply and hopefuly that help and then try and save agen.

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