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I just bought a PNY 4 GB High speed usb 2.0 drive I would like to put my pictures on it how do I do it? from my computer.

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The USB flash drive is the same as any storage device.
Click on My Computer and double click on the USB drive, it could be the E drive, this opens the US drive. Then open the My Pictures folder (or the folder which contains your photos) on your computer, select the photos you want to copy, then click in Edit - Copy, then click on the E drive window then Click Edit - Paste. These will then be copied to the USB drive.
NOTE before you pull out the USB flash drive click on the TASK BAR on the bottom RHS, then click Safely Remove Hardware icon, then click in the USB drive, then only remove when instructed. IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THIS PROCEDURE THEN THE USB FLASH DRIVE MAY CORRUPT AND WON"T FUNCTION.

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Insert the USB drive into any USB port of your computer. When you do, you should see a window pop up that asks what you would like to do now. Click the option to browse the files. You should now have a window open for your USB drive. Next, open up my computer and find your pictures on your hard drive. Once you have found them, you can click and drag the pictures from the hard drive window to the USB drive window. Do this as necessary for any or all the pictures.

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