You should connect your flash drive to PC and then you can try to recover your file with special software.
Some use unique modern algorithms to recover files that other software either recovers incorrectly or is unable to detect.
Just resave the file. The flash drive is represented as an ordinary file system. If you can change the date of a file on a hard drive, then you can change it on a flash drive.
Plug the first flash drive into a computer, copy the file into the computer, unplug the first flash drive, then plug the second into the computer, cut and paste the file from the computer to the second flash drive. The file is now on both flash drives.
No. You need to have the flash drive unless you copied the files to the PC.
I don't believe you can recover a file from a USB drive if you don't have the USB drive. I keep backups of the files.
save pics to your computer file, then plug in flash drive and save into that file.
You can try to recover your flash files with Easy Drive Data Recovery software. It uses unique modern algorithms to recover files that other software either recovers incorrectly or is unable to detect.
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 can burn the DVD as an image file or iso then copy it into your flash drive.
You save your document to your desktop or to where you can find it, once you do that you drag it to your flash drive file and it will download in to it and there you go its on your flash drive.
first you click on file. Then, you click save as. After that click my computer, look for your flash drive, open the file, and save.you have to do alot with this i had to play with it for a while
Yes, you would just need to insert the flash drive into the computer, and then go into iTunes. Click file, import file, and then browse for the flash drive and click on the files you want to import.
You can put any type of file on a USB flash drive, as long as it fits.
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.
To save things to your flash drive, insert your flash drive into the computer. Go to My Documents, and right click the file. You will be taken to a menu that will include "Send to". Click this, and tell the computer to send the file to the destination that has USB in it, and you've saved something to your flash drive.
To attach a picture (or any other file) from your flash drive to an email open up the email that you want to attach it to then open the file attachment window. Go to the my computer folder and open up the flash drive. Find the file that you want to attach and then attach it like you normally would. You may prefer to copy the file from the flash drive to the desktop and then attach it to the email from there.
Yes, as long as the flash drive is big enough to hold the file(s).
The same way you transfer any other file to a USB Flash drive.
Mainly, drag the song from the program to your desktop (iTunes if on Mac). Then drag that file to your Flash Drive
The same way you copy any other file to a flash drive.
You don't really save information. What you do is select a file, and just drag it into the flash drive icon in your computer, and if the file is big, it will show a meter on the progress of copying the file, and when it is done, it is on the flash drive. If it is a small file, like a word document, it will just zap it on there, no hassle, and it is saved on there.
Rip your cds to the hard drive of your computer in an mp3 file format using Express Rip. Then copy them to your flash drive.
Insert the flash drive into the USB port on your computer. An Icon should appear in your System Tray. Open the icon or right click and click "explore." This should open up a browser that shows what is on the drive. To load the drive with a file, simply "drag" the file into the browser. Or you can open the file and click "Save As" and then find the flash drive in the save to location box and click "save." To transfer a file from the flash drive to another computer, follow the same steps as above. Open the browser for the drive and drag the file from the browser onto the desktop.
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.
A floppy drive is just like a flash drive. It's used for file storage
Hard Drive, Flash Drive, Compact Disk(CD Drive)