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Sometimes windows XP doesn't install the driver to recognize your USB ports. For example, a fresh install of XP does not contain any driver for sound or graphics. The best way is to update your windows XP up to Service Pack 3 by installing SP1 and SP2... etc, it will take a looooooooong time, but your PC would be better.
To check whether or not you have any USB drivers install just go to control panel and then device manager. Look for Universal Serial Bus (USB)
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Work through My computer once putting the disk in the USB port. It
should read "removable device". Click back and forth from c: drive to
my computer to make the computer recognize it faster. Then once the computer recognizes teh drive you will be able to send any file through right clicking the mouse and going to "send to" "removable disk". Let me know what