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Re: I have installed the stick into a usb port, what
This device will not handle more than 128 bit code so if you copy a file from many directories the name will be to long and won't copy, I am guessing at your problem sice you did not leave any more information.
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Try drag and drop.go to my computer click on the icon for USB stick then shrink the window of the document you wish to save or locate its folder ...then drag the folder into the window of the USB stick .it should copy the file but leave an original in my documents.
This is a Flash drive, not a Hard drive. If it is plugged into a USB port on your PC or laptop then the computer will automatically load the drivers for it and assign a drive letter - usually E or F (C is the hard drive in the PC, D is usually a DVD drive). This should work with Windows XP, Windows Vista & Windows 7. Other oerating systems may require a driver to be downloaded (if available).
Below is how to transfer your photos incomputer to a memory stick in Windows XP operating system
1.Insert the memory stick into a compatiblememory stick reader. Plug the memory stick reader, with the memory stickinserted into it, into the computer's USB port.
2.After a moment, a screen thatsays "Removable Disk" will pop up and prompt you to take an action.Click on "Open folder to view files using Windows Explorer." Thiswill open the folders on the memory stick. Select and open the folder whereyour photos are stored.
3.With the memory stick folderand the photo folder open simultaneously, use the mouse to click-and-drag thephotos to the memory stick folder.
4.Close all folders and removethe memory stick reader from the USB port.
5.To ensure that your photos havebeen transferred, plug the memory stick back into the USB port. When the"Removable Disk" screen pops up, select "Open folder to viewfiles using Windows Explorer." Once you see the photos on the memory stickfolder, you can close the folder and remove the memory stick reader from theUSB port.
The memory stick becomes another drive, when plugged into the USB port. Some sticks have a write protect, which is a teeny tiny switch. If the switch is in the protect position, you can read but not write any data to the drive. Often the drive will be listed after all of your camera card ports.
To view the drive press and hold the Windows key and press the letter E. and then release both. The available drives should show up there.
save it first to your computer. plug your USB flash drive to the USB port. it will automatically run. once the folder of the memory stick is already open. left click on your CV press ctrl+c. and then click on the memory stick folder, then press ctrl+v. or u can simply drag the file going to the memory stick folder.
Just plug the memory stick into your USB port on the computer. Windows has the drivers already installed. A taskbar icon will appeer us a connected USB device, exacly as a digital camera would. You will find the stick in My Computer as a removalble drive. Click on the right side mouse button over the flash drive icon and click properties to see the stick memory size, ect.... Use it as you would any other removable dirve, ie: 3.5" floppy disk, CD Read/Write. I would go to the TOOLS button for the drive and click FORMAT for you first use of the stick to test its memory. After that you can just copy, save, drag and drop files like always....
Connect the HP camera to your windows pc using the usb cable provided. Open My Computer to ensure that the camera is being properly enumerated (given a hard disk letter). make note of the drive letter assigned.
If you have more than one USB port, insert your cruzer micro 2.0 stick into another USB port. Look in my computer again to determine what drive letter was assigned to the flash stick. Open a windows explorer window for each of the locations. One for the camera, the other for the flash stick. Its likely that the picture files are in a subfolder of a folder called DCIM.
Once you locate the files you want to transfer, you can highlight them using the mouse (click/drag a box around the files you want) and drag them to the other open window (flash stick folder)
If you don't have another available USB slot on the compter, you'll need to copy the files from the camera to a temporary location on your computer and then move them to the flash drive. In this case, make a new folder on the desktop and name it temporaryfiles. open that folder. open the drive letter assigned to the camera and copy whatever files you want from the camera to 'temporaryfiles'...
Then power off the camera and remove the usb cord from the computer. attach the flash disk to the newly free'd up usb port and open a windows explorer window to it. drag whatever files you want from 'temporaryfiles' folder into the folder for the flash stick.
Put the cd into your computer drive and open it. Put your usb stick into one of the ports and open it as well. You must have the emb folder on the usb stick to put the designs into. If they are not there already- turn off your sewing machine and put the stick in. Turn on the machine and go to settings, then embroidery. Find the one that says Format. and touch that one and then let it do it's thing.
Once you have the folders on the usb stick- you can highlight the design name you want from the list (cd file) and drag it to the folder on the usb stick. Alternatively... right click on the design you want to move. Select copy. Open the folder on the usb stick and right click inside it. Select Paste. The design should appear in the folder for the usb and then you can take it out of your computer... put it into the machine and find the design.
If I can help with anything else... lmk. Tracy in Nashville, TN