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1. 1st go to the folder where you have the photos bring this up as a window and then minimize it by clicking the minus sign in the upper right side of the screen.
2. Insert your Sandisk usb stick into one of the USB port located either in the front of you desktop/ laptop or the back. The USB stick then should be detected by the Windows Operating System.
3. Now that the Operating system has detected the USB memory stick select the stick and then right click and click "new folder" a folder will then be created ( name the folder what you want it to be ) so that you will be able to find it when locating you data.
4. Now maximize the folder that you have the photos on and go to "edit" at the top left hand side of the window and on the drop down menu and select "select all" then select "copy" then minimize this window
5. Go to the Sandisk window and maximize it. Then right click and select "paste" this will move a copy of all the photos that you selected in the location where your photos are stored and transfer them to the Sandisk flash drive. That's it! you have now a copy of the photos to your portable drive.
I hope this helped. Have a great day!
Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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