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My USB is broken. when i put it into my computer it doesnt pick it up. i need my files on it. what can i do?

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Hello!!

Try connecting to different USB slot or try with other comp once!!

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transfer files as you copy ans paste between different folders!!!

if the solution doesnt solve please let me know?

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bm

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