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Have a toshiba memory stick ---- not sure how 2 save data

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Plug the memory stick into a USB port.
wait for your system to recognize the hardware ( an autoplay screen should open)
select open to view files.

drag and drop what you want to save in the mem stick. that's it. pretty straight forward. ^_^

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