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Copying to or from a USB device is the same as copying to or from any standard disk device.
1. Click on your desired file to select it.
You can select multiple files by holding down the Ctrl while left click
on the desired files. Or you can select all files by holding down Ctrl
and press A.
2. On your keyboard, hold down the Ctrl
key and press C
3. Navigate to the desired folder destination.
4. Hold down the Ctrl
key and press V
U3 smart drive is a USB flash drive that allows you to install and run
U3 smart applications from the U3 smart drive itself. When you use a
drive in this manner, you can take your applications with you and run
them on any Windows 2000 or XP computer.
Not only can you use the U3 smart drive for carrying your files but you
can also carry your applications with your personalized settings with
you as well. There is an application that is included on every U3 smart
drive called the U3 Launchpad
and it is your console for managing the applications that are installed
on your U3 smart drive. The U3 Launchpad also provides utilities that
let you customize your U3 smart drive your way.
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Under the hood, a U3 smart drive is an advanced USB flash drive with
special features that allow the U3 smart drive to take on multiple
personalities depending on how it has been configured. The default
configuration is composed of two drive letters or domains. One of the
drive letters is a removable mass storage domain just like any other
USB flash drive. The other drive letter or domain emulates a closed
CD-R CD disc in a CD drive and contains the U3 system files that makeup
the U3 Launchpad. When you connect the U3 smart drive to your PC, you
will see two new drive letters after the Windows OS has fully set up
You will see the emulated CD-R drive which usually is indicated in file
explorer by a U3 logo and another drive letter that is the mass storage
domain. The mass storage drive letter will have a label with a name
like "My U3 Drive" or some other manufacturer specific label. Newer
versions of the U3 Launchpad lets you rename the drive letter label
using the Status and Settings dialog. Older U3 Launchpads can be
renamed by right clicking on its drive letter label in file explorer
and selecting rename.
The drive letters assigned to the two drive domains by the Windows
operating system can be any available letter but typically are between
F: and Z:. The two letters may or may not be sequential and the mass
storage drive letter may be before the CD-R drive letter. You do need
to see both drive letters appear in order for the U3 Launchpad to run.