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You will need to connect your memory stick to your laptop where the homework is stored. When you connect it, you should get a message asking what you want to do with the memory stick. If you cancel this and go to My Computer (if on Windows XP or Computer if on Vista or Windows 7), you should see your memory stick listed there under removeable devices. If it is not there, then there is a connection problem. Try removing and reconnecting the memory stick.
Once your memory stick is connected, go to where your homework is stored. Right click on the file, go to "send to" and then select your memory stick. The file should then copy over. If there are more files then do the same. Once completely copied over, you can remove your memory stick.
You then need to do connect the memory stick to your other computer. Go to My Computer and then open the drive under removeable devices. Select the files for your homework. Right click on any of them, choose copy. Go to where you want to save the files, right click and paste. They files should copy over.
Copy all the files from the memory-stick onto your disk-drive.
Then, open My Computer.
Right-mouse click on the icon for the memory-stick.
When it completes, it should show as 4GB.
Copy the files back onto the memory-stick.
The usual limit is exactly 2GB, not 1GB.
It's a limitation of the file-system used for the directory of the disk-drive, when formatted according to the 'FAT32' specifications.
So, copy all the files currently on the Verbatim to your disk-drive.
Then, "reformat" the external (not the "internal") disk-drive, using the 'NTFS' file-system. This file-system has a maximum-file-size limitation for one file that is _much_ larger than the capacity of your Verbatim.
Then, copy all the "saved" files back onto the Verbatim.
Finally, copy your "large" files onto the Verbatim.
Find another computer with a CD-drive and a USB port.
Purchase a USB memory-stick.
Connect the memory-stick to that computer, and copy all the files from the CD onto the memory-stick.
Move the memory-stick onto your computer, and install from the files on the memory-stick.
Plug your memory stick into the USB slot on the computer. If this is the first time that particular memory stick is being placed into the machine, it will take a few seconds to find the drivers and install it.
Once this is completed, you want to open "My Computer" and look for the Removable Device that will normally have a drive letter of (F:) for example. When you have this window open, open another window, this time with the location of the information you want save on your memory. Once this is found you can transfer them by right clicking on each of the files you want sent to the memory stick and click "send to .....and send it to the removable device. If you want to transfer files in bulk, you can simply drag the files you want into the window you already have open with the removable disk. Practice it and it will become like second nature to you.
Hope this helped...
may need a driver to be installed for the memory stick on the problem p.c . There may be a policy in place to prevent the driver being installed on the problem p.c..
Other cause may be stick is USB2 and computer at work maybe USB1 it may have another port for USB2 on the computer ?
You probably emptied the memory stick in the download, if the OS sees the memory stick as a removable device then a simple drag and drop will put a copy of the files back on the stick. If MS not see by OS then you cannot get them back on. Trick is that the operating system must see the memory stick as a device to exchange data. Some programs allow retrevial but do not make provision for storing.