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Camera pics in computer to be copied to digital photo frame via flash drive

How do I remove data that is on my flash drive so that I can re-use the drive for another project?

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You can either plug the device the flash card goes to into the computer and move the files to your hard drive, or alternately you can use a card reader, and transfer them to the computer from there.

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Dear Plotsky,

Insert the flash drive to u computer usb port it will automatically detect the flash when it shows that u r hardware is now ready to use then go to my computer u will see a new drive that drive name will be removeble disk right click on that then select format then click quick format check box then click start after that u can use u r flash drive to store u r data. and let me know it works or not.

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