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Have travel drive 2gb. how does it work is there a user guide

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  • jerryc7 Feb 19, 2008

    all I want is a guide so I can know how to use it. I am new to all this stuff. Is there no book to let you know what to do with what you buy they used to come with the proudct

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    If you mean a portable external HDD does it have a USB cable or port? If it does, it should work like a flashdisk basicly. Some people load operating systes in them but they don't boot well through USB ports.


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Drives don't come with user's guides. The manufacturers leave it to users to have basic technical know how of how to format, install and use a drive. But Windows has some help tools in how to format drives. From anywhere in Windows press F1, then type your querry in the index.

If you know the manufacturer of your drive, you could also check their website for downloadable instructions in how to use the drive.

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Restart your computer again and look for any messages on the screen.

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I don't know how to open the media card reader on the top of my Gateway LX 6200-01. I've tried pressing down and it doesn't work. Can anyone help? Thanks!

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