Question about Computers & Internet
In almost all cases, if you are using a standard version of Windows, it should go like this:
1 - insert the jump drive (thumb drive)
2 - wait for the bells of recognition - bad news if there is no tone announcing the connection!
3 - once recognized, your Windows should open a small window which asks you exactly how you want to work with the thumb drive. One of the options might be to use it as an Explorer type of window for copying files, etc.
4 - select that type of use, and you should be able to copy files back and forth, as you would from any other drive to your C or D drive, etc.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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