Hi , my pc won,t let me paste although it sometimes does let me copy ,however the paste section isn,t highlighted ,thus i can,t paste emails ,etc;can you please advise as it used to let me copy and paste headers ,mails etc but now doesn,t? Thanks in advance ,Mandy
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Re: Copy and Paste
A virus will not have anything to do with copy and paste. (i know, i make them) but it will make problems with other things, but since copy and paste is the problem, then the virus is not causing it. what you need to do is go to start>settings>control panel>keyboard. sometimes your problem is caused by a setting in the keyboard area getting turned off by a computer crash, unsafe shutdown, etc. if there is nothing under this category that sticks out to you, then try the "system" icon under the control panel. look for a copy and paste tab and look to see if it is unchecked. if none of this helps, let me know
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An example on how to download and save to an External Hard Drive and copy and paste to an External Hard Drive
Click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your data / files
Right click on the data select copy navigate back to the External Drive.
or right click on the data select paste or select the data hold the mouse cursor then drag the data to your usb drive then drop it in
or if you are downloading data from the internet.
Once it starts downloading windows will ask whether you want to run or save it
a browse option will open you can save it into your External Drive or a folder in my documents or another device or a usb device.
Hi.- Does your phone have a data cable? memory card? - If so, Power the phone - Use the data cable and connect the phone to your PC using one of the USB ports. - On your phone pops a list of options for the connection type. - Select data storage by scrolling to the option. - The PC accesses your phone as a data storage device and lists contained folders. - Select desired folder [A] to store your music [e.g.memory card] and double click to open it. - Minimise it - Open the folder [B] containing your mp3 files on your computer. - Right click on one of the files and select copy - Maximise the folder [A] right click inside and select paste - The file copy's. - Copy,paste all desired files and then close folders. - Right click the usb device icon on the taskbar and select safely remove hardware. - Browse your phone for the new files and try playing them.
which antivirus program are you using when you download avg free the licence will be attached to it you must copy and paste it into a word/word pad then save it into my documents at some stage avg free will ask you for a key i have had this problem myself and I have heard of other people which had the same thing happen to them rather than download it again and do do the same then copy and paste it back in
Just copy and paste this into your search engine/browser
The easiest way to transfer pictures from a PC to a USB device is to select the pictures on the PC, (usually located in "My Pictures" if running Windows XP), right click and select copy, then go to the USB drive and right click and paste. This will of course leave a copy of the pictures on the PC. If you wish to not have a copy, then you can select the pictures and delete them. If you need to select multiple pictures at once, then I would use CTRL & A (to select all). You could then use CTRL & C(for copy) and CTRL & V (for paste). Hope that this helps.
If it is the SYSTEM SOUND, you can simply copy from other PC and paste them to your PC. If you are using Win XP, find and copy the folder name "Media" (on C:\Windows) from other PC (U can use flashdisk) and paste to the same path (C:\Windows) on you PC