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Open the "C" drive
Open the "Documents and Settings"or "Users" folder.
Open the folder with your username
Right click the folder called "Desktop" then click Copy.
Then paste to the target location you would like to backup.
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Posted on Dec 14, 2016
Insert a USB Memory Stick
That will open File Explorer
in the left pane, click on Desktop. Either press CTRL+A (Select All), or hold down CTRL and click each individual file.
Then right click and drag the files to the USB in the left pane until it highlights blue. Let go of the right mouse button and choose 'Copy Here'.
Posted on Dec 11, 2016
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