Question about PNY 4GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive - Grey/Black
These will plug directly into your USB port. Depending on the computer you have, the port location will change. On most modern desktops, there are two or more USB ports (http://www.shivaranjan.com/shivaupload/windowslivewriter/10WaystoNetworkTwoComputers_11F65/USBPort.jpg) in the front, and several more in the back. On most laptops, there may or may not be some on the back, but typically there are some on the side with the CD/DVD drive. Simply plug the device into one of those ports (make sure you put it in face-up), and your computer should instantly recognize it as a memory card/hard disk.
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