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I have just bought a PNY flash drive with 32GB of memory. I want to store my iPhoto library into it and then transfer it to my MacBook Air. How do I simply store the pics on the flash drive - not one by one - and then store them in my MacBook Air - also not one by one. Thanks.

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I would Assume that all your Pictrues are in 1 folder? If they are just copy and paste folder into your 32 Gig Stick And then use Gig stick and Copy Folder out to your Mac air..

Just check to make sure folder size is Under 31 gig's in size..

Hope this helps. BCB...

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Plug in the stick. wait for it to come up on the desktop then click on it once. (do not open it).
From the file menu select "Get Info"
In the panel that opens up you will see a row of coloured squares. Underneath is a checkbox marked "Locked"
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If it's ticked, untick and see what happens in disk utility. If it's not ticked that then would appear to be a problem with the stick.
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Plug it into your USB port on the computer, works like a mini hard drive sort of. When you plug it in, it should ask what you want to do, see files etc. Just drag and drop files in or out.

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Plug in the drive -go to my computer and find it right click and go properties - look for folder options -choose show hidden folders -- you will probably find a folder called( trash) delete it and you should get your space back

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