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First make a folder in My documents click start all programs accessories My Documents open then right click select new folder and name it iPhone back up for an easy location find.
You will need to connect your iPhone to a computer once connected Click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your iPhone it might be listed as a mass storage device open it up you should see all of the data inside. or click start click on computer you should see your drives and your iPhone Right click on the data you need to be saved right click select copy navigate back to the destination drive it could be a another drive or C: drive in my documents right click select paste or hold the mouse cursor the Data drag them to destination folder then drop the Data in to your newly made folder iPhone back up. If you need more help with this post a reply
The USB drive is recognized as an ordinary hard drive with a letter, easily seen in Windows Explorer. Use drag and drop to copy and paste what ever you want including photos or music, any type of file, no software, program od driver is necessary.
check the USB leads that attach to the motherboard usually red-white-green-black make sure they are securely seated and have no dust build up on them dust will cause static and a lot of unforeseen problems for a computer and its parts also click start control panel administrive tools ,computer management ,device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers you should see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall drivers or if you can see your usb drive but its not working ports(com&lpt)right click update driver or scroll to disk drives if you can see your drive + to expand right click you should see options to update driver,disable,uninstall scan for hardware changes. or select properties you should see options in the general tab to troubleshoot,policies,volumes,driver and details under the driver tab you will have the options to check the driver details,update driver,rollback driver or uninstall hope this helps don
control panel admistrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers you should see a yellow question mark? right click to reinstall drivers or if you can see your usb but its not working ports(com&lpt)right click update driver or scroll to disk drives if you can see your drive + to expand right click you should see options to update driver,disable,uninstall scan for hardware changes. or select properties you should see options in the general tab to troubleshoot,policies,volumes,driver and details under the driver tab you will have the options to check the driver details,update driver,rollback driver or uninstall open windows explorer navigate to your destination folder/memory stick then go to the information you want to back up select the information right click select copy then back to destination folder/memory stick select then right click select paste or select the imformation hold the cursor on then drag it to the destination folder/memory stick and drop it into it or select the imformation right click and send to the destination folder/memory stick
Before you Begin
Make sure there is no program runing that has opened any file on the original disk. You cannot run the Disk Copy procedure if any file on the original or destination disks is in use by any program. For example, if you were editing a document in MS Word, saving to the disk in Drive A, and now want to copy it to another disk: FIRST quit the MS Word program, then execute the Disk Copy procedure.
Caveat LectorThis Disk Copy procedure will make an exact copy of the original disk on the copy disk. It will completely overwrite the copy disk, replacing anything on it with the contents of the original (source) disk. That means that if there are any files on the copy (destination) disk before you begin, those files will be destroyed. You might want to take a look at the destination disk before beginning to be sure there's nothing on it you want to save.
Copying a Disk
Double-Click on the My Computer icon on the Desktop. The My Computer window will open.
In the My Computer Window, click once (not the usual double-click!) to select the icon for 31/2 Floppy A:
Click on the File menu and select Copy Disk. The Copy Disk window will open onscreen.
In the Copy Disk window you will see the option:Copy from 3 1/2 Floppy (A:) to 3 1/2 Floppy (A:)Click on the Start button.
A new window will open prompting you to Insert the disk you want to copy from (source disk). Insert the disk and then click on the OK button. The program will begin "reading" the files from this original (source) disk. You can watch the progress in the little "progress bar" in the Copy Disk window.
Once the original disk has been read into memory you'll be prompted toInsert the disk you want to copy to (destination disk)Now remove the original (source) disk from the drive and insert the copy (destination) disk into the drive. The click the OKbutton. You can watch the progress as the computer "writes" to the copy (destination) disk in the Progress bar in the Copy Disk window.
When the copy is completed you'll see a new, small window popup that will report:The copy completed successfullyNow remove that copy (destination) disk. You are finished!
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If you dont care about the data then you can just erase it either by right clicking on the drive and going format / erase or right clicking on my computer --> manage --> disk management --> right click on F drive or the memory stick and then select format / erase
First go into Setup (usually F1,F2 or del) at start-up. See if your drives show up there. With Windows running, right click My Computer, left click Properties, left click Hardware, left click Device Manager, left click DVD/CD-ROM drives. Also check IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. Do the drives show up there? If they do right click on drive and left click Update Driver. If they are not there go back to System Properties and left click on Add Hardware Wizard. This will search for devices. It may ask you to insert Windows CD which of course you can not do because the drives don't work. Try a different drive. When you cleaned out your computer did you delete or uninstall Office? That may be what caused this problem. None of this may work but it is a starting point.