Question about Computers & Internet
I'll presume you are referring to a 1 gb flash drive.
You can plug both flash drives into USB ports and just "drag and drop" from one to another.
If you have only 1 USB port available plug in the drive with the data. Create a folder on your desktop (Righ click on desktop, select NEW, Folder) and give it a name like "Flash backup"
Open the flash drive and highlight all the files and copy or move them to the newly created folder. Remove the flash drive and insert the drive you want to copy the data to and again highlight the data in the folder and copy it to the new flash drive
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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