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2009-04-09 05:29:24
2009-04-09 05:29:24

Just connect the device on the USB port and right click on the file to be sent and select the usb location.

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Use a USB Memory Stick/Flash drive to store the files.


if they are both connected to one computer just copy and paste otherwise you have to use a USB to transfer


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If you have the songs on your computer already in mp3 form then relatively easy. Just use a usb cable to connect your mp3 player to your computer then go to my computer then click on the usb drive and open your music folder. Highlight/ select the files you want to transfer then drag the files into the usb drive folder and wait for the transfer. Remove usb safely by right clicking on the drive file and selecting remove safely.


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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.


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A zip drive works by transferring files from computer to computer. The drive is placed into a computer's USB port and files can be copied onto it.


Thumb drive, or pen drive are all types of memory stick. USB memory sticks are used to copy, store, or transfer files on a computer. They replace the use of floppy disks.


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