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Sir/ma'am i have got a new laptop , but i don't have many drives....i mean i have only C- drive and i have to save everything in my desktop..... hope you solve my problem....... ty poojitha

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Getting a memory stick you plug into one of the USB ports might be an option--Make sure you buy one that is compatable with your filesystem/operating system.
There are two main commercial types of Usb port 1.1 and 2.0
most memory sticks these days cover both types
your pc'should recognise the Usb stick as a different drive E or F for example from there save and wait for save process to stick

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