The flash drive or stick has reached its capacity. Depends what you are storing and how big your flash drive is.
Yes you can if the flash drive is big enough.
Yes, as long as the flash drive is big enough to hold the file(s).
The amount of gigabytes you should get on a flash drive depends on your specific needs, otherwise the more the better
It comes in 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB flash drive.
When ever you insert in your flash drive in an apple computer, there should be a sign of a white flash drive on your desktop. Hope that answers your question.
There are many reasons why your USB flash drive may be not recognised by your Mac, one of the following may apply; - Incorrectly formatted flash drive - Damaged flash module - Corrupted data - USB flash drive detection disabled on your account You should try and use your flash drive on another computer to see if the problem lies with the flash drive, or your Mac. If the flash drive works on another computer, you should check your system permissions, contact your system administrator, or check that the actual flash drive isn't being detected using Disk Utility. If the flash drive does not work on another computer (try both Windows and Mac OS computers), the problem most likely lies in the flash drive itself and should probably be repaired and/or replaced.
The size of an 8 GB flash drive is 8 GB.
You flash drive has FAT32 file system. FAT32 doens't support so big files. Try to format your flash drive in NTFS and everything will work. Also you might not have enough free disk space on your flash drive.
Downloading the movie to a flash drive is similar to downloading a movie to oneâ??s computer. Simply insert the flash drive into your PC or laptop and it will be recognized as an available drive. Afterward choose the location of the flash drive as the place where the movie should be saved.
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To remove the write-protection from your Flash Drive there should be a switch at the back of it. Flick the switch and your problem should be solved.
When you choose the installation partition to install on, choose your flash drive then on startup, hold the option key down, it should show you your flash drive partition to boot up with.
From a flash drive, plug it in to the computer and select the drive it is being put in to open it from there. From the hard drive, click "open" and search for your file. From a disk, do the same procedure as a flash drive except it should show up as a CD drive rather than a file drive like a flash drive.
You simply plug in your flash drive wait a minute (not even) and something should say file detected. Then all you do is save what ever you are saving onto the drive. If you do not get a pop up saying file detected then goto start and click my computer. Then you should see your flash drive there.
You can't. You have to buy a 16gb flash drive.
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To transfer information from a flash drive to another flash drive the information must be uploaded to a computer from flash drive A then uploaded from the computer to flash drive B.
Plug the flash drive into the USB port of the computer. Then open up My Computer, which should be in the start menu or on your desktop. Double click on "Removable Disk." This is where the flash drive files are located.
The largest flash drive on the market is 1025gb. Unfortunately it is only available in china.
Flash is just a name of having your files with you in a "Flash." And Drive is just a word of putting something into the computer. (Kind of like Driving it Into a Computer)
Flash disk is a storage while flash drive is a path.
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plug the flash drive into a USB port on your computer. then open up my computer, and you should see an icon that says something along the lines of USB Drive. click on that, and the contents of the flash drive should appear on the screen. open up the file you want and save it to your computer. Done!