Copy what? You could put "it" on a flash drive, which is the best way.
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.
A flash drive would be one easy way. Plug a flash drive into the PS3, copy the music onto it, then remove flash drive and stick into computer. Then all you have to do is drag and drop those files from the flash drive into your iTunes library, which can then be put on your iPod.
The easiest thing would be to use a USB flash drive, or a compact disk. Just copy the files you want to transfer on to the disk to flash drive, insert the storage device into your other computer, and copy the files from the storage device on to your new computer.
First, put the flash drive in your computer. Then, copy or drag the movie to the flash drive menu, you know, the one that shows everything saved on the flash drive. If that doesn't work, the movie cannot be copied but might be able to be burned on a disk.
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Physically carry the flash drive from computer to computer.
A flash drive is essentially a pocket sized hard drive. It is about the size of your thumb and fits into a USB port. Flash drives are typically used to transfer data from one computer to another (i.e. from work to home).
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simple answer :yes . How it is done is by copy the program by clicking on "copy " on the left top corner of the window explorer then click on "my computer" icon then chose the flash drive letter what ever that is and click on it and click on "edit" and chose "paste".
Assuming you only have 1 CD drive, you will need copy the data to your hard disk (or possibly a flash drive), remove the original disk from the CD drive, put the blank in, and burn the data that you copied to your hard disk.
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.
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There is only one use for a 4gb flash drive. They are used to save images, documents, video clips or sound clips and to transfer them to another computer.
One can order a customized flash drive online at various websites. One can order a customized flash drive at websites such as CustomUSB, Flashbay, and Deluxe.
Flash drives are rewritable, and items can be put on and off numerous amounts of times, with no end. The whole point of the flash drive is to transfer files from one computer to another, unlike the CD which is not rewritable and can only be burned once, and must pay for another one for another file.
Use a Flash Drive or Disc. You'll need a big amount of room if you have a lot on your computer to move. Highlight the things you want and click Copy (Ctrl+C), make sure they're pasted (Ctrl+C) Applications/Documents. So I am sure to say to put no "Shortcuts" in your Flash drive. Put the Flash drive in your new computer now. Open the flash drive and copy the things, and drag them where you want them to be. Keep askin' questions anonymus
You can copy files from flash drive or from your computer folders (One location to other location). You simply select the files from the folder, then click copy and paste it to the relevant folder. Copy ==> Location ==> Paste
You can write to a flash drive and read data from the flash drive. It acts the same as a miniature hard drive, just like the one on your computer. It uses flash memory, hence the name flash drive.
Well, anything really, but I would imagine you are thinking of a flash drive (also called pen drive, USB drive, thumb drive, ect.)
If you Google "broken flash drive" or "repair flash drive" you will find a few companies specializing in flash drive data recovery. One of them will do it for $99 and only charges if successful.
That answer is simple. All that happens is the account goes to the new xbox but it still keeps all your old data. Another easy trick is to get a flash drive and plug it un to the xbox with the account on it. Then With the flash drive in the xbox go to My Xbox > System Settings > Memory > Flash Dirve > Conifigur > Hard Drive > Account > Move to flash drive. Once that is done your account is in your flash dive so all you have to do is plug it in to the desired xbox and you have your account.
well there are two ways one is to use a flash drive which is much easyr you know just save it on the drive then hook it up to your xbox port then tell your xbox to rip or copy the file onto the hard drive... the other one is to get a cat-5 cable like the one that goes from the back of a modem to your computer and hook your computer to the xbox and copy it to the xbox