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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You’re going to love your WD 750! The way WD set up your drive is like a spare hard drive. To access it you will click on My Computer, and you'll see your C:\\(local Drive) and your WD 750 might be called X:\\(My Book) . (X = new letter of drive possible E: or F: and so on) All you have to do is click on that My Book drive and you have one very large folder to start copying and pasting into. It's just that simple. A good plan for navigating to it on a continuous method is, when your are at the My Computer screen that shows you both your C:\\ drive and your X:\\ drive right click the X:\\ drive and mouse over Create a Shortcut. Once the system creates the shortcut you receive a message that it can't create a shortcut in that area, but it can create one and send it to your desktop. You want to click on yes, and when you go back to your desktop, you'll find a easy icon that you can click to access that drive with a few clicks.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
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