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I have several pictures on my computer on Kodak Easy Share. I purchased a Toshiba USB 2.0 8 GB flash drive to transfer the pictures to the flash drive but can't figure out how to use it to transfer the pictures. Please advise

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  • alc03 May 11, 2010

    Double-click on My computer, double-click on my computer again to have 2 windows open side by side. In one of the 2 windows open, go to your pictures location* then select them (CTRL-A to select them all) then click on any selected picture holding the left mouse button and drag it with your mouse on the device (Flash drive) in the second open windows (the device should become blue or change color when selected. Drop them in by releasing the mouse button and your done. *if you don't know where your pictures are : assuming you have windows XP : after double-clicking my computer you should see (your name)'s documents, double click it and your pictures should be in my pictures folders. If you need more help or assistance in what your doing it will be a pleasure to help again. I detailed the instruction as much as possible because I don't know if you are novice or experienced user. But don't hesitate for more instructions

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Just plug the flash drive in and let your computer recognize it and offer to open the flash drive file up to view. Once it is loaded up then you can simply drag and drop into it. If this is the first time using the flash drive it may need to load some software. When a flash drive is being used a small icon should appear on the lower right.

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