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Plug the cable into the phone and the other end into the computer
A prompt will display on the phone asking what mode to run, select hard drive
Go under Computer and you see a new "hard drive" device that you can explore, this will be your phone.
Alternately if your phone as a memory card, many laptops will have card readers you can insert your phone memory into and this will also appear on "Computer" as a memory stick you can explore.
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It depends on what you are calling memory. There are 2 things commonly called memory by users. One is the hard drive where your operating system lives and all your files are stored and the other is the "RAM" kind of like your short term memory where programs are loaded into while they are running.
If its the RAM which is low on space then it is quite possible that upgrading it so there is more would most likely help.
If it the hard drive which is low on space it maybe possible to just have a clear up of your files to free up some space.
if you want copy files to another destination click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your destination folder/memory stick then go to the information you want to back up select the information right click select copy then back to destination folder/memory stick select then right click select paste or select the imformation hold the cursor on then drag it to the destination folder/memory stick and drop it into it or select the imformation right click and send to the destination folder/memory stick
One of Windows annoying so called “feature” is CHKDSK being automatically being run whenever you don’t shut down your computer properly. You get the blue colored screen that says “Checking file system on C: The type of the file system is NTFS. One of your disks needs to be checked for consistency. You may cancel the disk check, but it is strongly recommended that you continue. To skip disk checking, press any key within 10 seconds(s).
Simply pressing any key would stop CHKDSK from running but when you restart your computer, you’ll get this prompt again. Sometimes even after letting CHKDSK scan the drive that it wants to, CHKDSK would still automatically run at next boot! Here’s how to disable or stop CHKDSK at Windows bootup
There are some people suggested to edit the registry but the proper way to disable CHKDSK from starting up is using the /x switch on chkntfs command in command prompt. The /x switch will exclude a drive from the default boot-time check. If you have drive C: as your hard drive, then the command to disable chkdsk from scanning C: drive would be: chkntfs /x c:
If you have 2 drive, C and D, you can disable chkdsk with the command below chkntfs /x c: d:
you can use your USB memory stick just like a normal hard drive, CD-ROM drive etc.
You can access the USB stick from Windows Explorer or the standard file, save as option in most applications.
No negative affects would occur from not unplugging the device. However make sure you click 'eject' in Windows Explorer if you want to remove the device when the computer is still switched on. If you switch the computer off you can remove the stick with no other considerations.
When the PC looks for a driver, select the option to choose a location. When prompted for a location, point it to the following folder:
C:\Program Files\Symbol\TCM2\USB Driver
This is the default location after installing the Device Configuration Package (DCP).
with the unit off, hold down the two keys on the bottom corner (enter, sp key) and press then release the on key while continuing to hold down the "enter" and "sp" keys until you get a promt on the display.
When a prompt comes up release all the keys. Hold down the 5 key for 3 beeps. The unit will test memory for about 1 min, then beep. Press any key to turn the device off. Then press the on key to power the unit back up.
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The 3rd party files are most likely being stored in the /Application directory which is Non-volatile memory. The files in here persist through a cold boot. You will need to browse into here with the file explorer and delete these files so the application doesn't get reloaded on a hard reset.