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This is a fairly simple procedure if I am understanding your query correctly. Assuming that the 'flash bar' in question is a standard USB flash memory stick, firstly click on "My computer". This will show you a view of all hard drives and CD/DVD drives installed in your PC. Next, insert your flash drive into any USB port. Your PC will now detect the flash stick and will add a new icon to 'My computer' which represents your flash stick. Take note of the drive letter assignment given to the flash drive, eg. "Removable drive E" Now browse to your pictures you would like to transfer and right-click on the picture. This will open a drop-down menu and from here you simply select the "Send to" option from the drop-down menu. It will now present you with a sub-menu from which you select your flash stick. ie. "Removable drive X", X being whatever letter your PC has assigned to the flash drive.
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Download a free optimiser and run it.
defrag the hard drive
maximise your ram check crucial.com download ram check to view recommended upgrades
right click my computer/ click manage/ click defrag/ while there check hard disk size and free disc space if less than 20% free then either get larger drive or remove unnecessary video, pictures music to flash drives or cd/dvd
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.
Low disc space really means nothing, but low disc space.
I understand you have cleared your files, but your going to have to remove more....if you have excessive music, pictures, and videos...try backing them up to a DVD or flash drive, then deleting them off of the computer.
If you cannot seem to clear anymore space the next thing to do would be purchasing an external hard drive. This way you can save files on that drive while not adding anymore to the current drive. You can view some external hard drives here
Just format your flash drive! Before you start formatting your flash drive, transfer all data from your flash drive 'cause when you format your flash drive, it will erase all the data. After you have formatted the flash drive, then you can transfer back the data to your flash drive.
open My Computer and you'll see the flah drive listed there, doublke click it to open the drive's window. put this to one side. Open your download location's folder (maybe your desktop) and drag (click, hold, drag, let go) the files you want from the download location to the windows for your flash drive.