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Can't transfer Jpeg files to Flash Drive

I can't figure out how to store Jpeg files on the Flash Drive. Wrong extension. What to do?

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  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    When I transfer my photo folder to a flash drive, some jpegs can be read and others can't.  I use XPpro.  Anyone have this experience or know how to get around this problem? 



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A flash drive should not discriminate over what file you try to put on it, so long as the drive is big enough to store the file in question. Don't try to write to the flash drive directly, always transfer files already stored on your hard drive to it.

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