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Solved: Copy one Flash to another Flash Drive

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by ralph888, Jan 17, 2013.

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  1. ralph888

    ralph888 Thread Starter

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    How can you copy one flash drive to another flash drive,on the same computer? Thank You


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  2. rainforest123

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    If you have 2 un occupied usb ports, put flash drive A into usb port A & fd B into up B.

    Open computer. open fd A. left click edit; left click select all. left click copy

    Open another instance of computer. open fd B. left click edit. left paste.

    Cloning software is also available.

    Best of success.

    RF123
     
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  4. ralph888

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    My thanks to all with the help.
     
  5. rainforest123

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    Congratulations, Ralph 888.

    You are welcome.

    unsubscribed

    RF123
     
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