How to Save Data on a Sandisk Micro USB Flash Drive

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To save data on a Sandisk Micro USB flash drive, it's best to make sure the flash drive is formatted first. Learn how to save data on your Sandisk Micro USB flash drive from an IT entrepreneur in this free video on computer accessories.

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Hi, my name's Chris Noble. I'm an independent IT consultant. My website is www.doglikehorse.com. This is a short video on how to save on a Sandisk Micro USB flash drive. Micro USB flash drives have become the standard for transferring data between computers that aren't connected via network. Typically, they come in all sorts of sizes. Modern ones come from anywhere from two to sixteen gigabytes. Saving data to your USB flash drive couldn't be much simpler. They normally come pre-formatted by the suppliers, but if you're using a used one, it's best to format it first, which you can do through Control Panel or through right-clicking on the drive itself when it appears in your explorer window. And lastly, to save data on the actual drive is pretty straight forward. If you're trying to save a document, you can just hit File, Save As...and choose the flash drive as the location you wish to save to. Or you can just drag and drop files to it from the locations on your computer. Now, remember micro USB drives are pretty small, so you'll need to make sure you attach it to a keyring or make sure you put it in a secure place. My name's Chris Noble. Thanks for watching this video on how to save data to a micro USB drive.

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