Plug the USB device into a vacant port. Open the window where the item is that you want to copy. Open the window for the USB device. Drag and drop the item from its original place to the USB device.
A input device is when you put something into the computer. A output device is when something from a computer comes out, either a hard or soft copy. So, I think it would be a input device, because you are putting a direction to turn on!
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When customers use a computer to access the Internet, state one output device needed to produce a paper copy of the booking.
Storage which stores a copy of every file on the computer. Storage which stores every file copy in a computer.
Use a USB card reader. The computer will view the card as an 'external mass-storage device' - and you will be able to copy data from it to your computer's hard-drive.
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.
If you own the computer then you could copy it to your hard drive(normally drive C:) or if you dont own the computer you could save it to your acct on the computer.
How you can copy before you save depends on the device in which you are copying and saving. On a computer you can highlight the text you wish to save and select copy and then paste the text into a program like Word and save.
Copy the file you want to back up on to a external storage device such as an external harddrive or memory stick. You can also put the file onto another persons computer, either by emailling it to them or buy transferring it from an external storage device.
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Making a backup
Set your PMP to Mass Storage Device mode, plug in to USB port, see drive letter, proceed to copy.