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Transferring music files with a memory stick

I have loaded music from my old computer onto a memory stick. How do i go about loading it on new computer?

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Insert the memory stick into a USB port on your computer.
Windows will recognize the device,
and give you a choice of applications, i.e., play music with Windows Media Player, or, use Windows Explorer to browse.

Select Windows Explorer.
Click to select the files/folders.
Choose "Copy Files".
Copy into your "My Music" folder on your new computer.

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