Where did my work go?
- Save your work often!!
- Many users do not save their files until they are done working with them and
risk losing everything that they have worked on. The more often you save, the
more work you will retain if your computer malfunctions. Additionally, watch the
file name you are saving your work as. IT receives many calls from users who
have saved over work that they did not intend to and want to retrieve the
original document. If in doubt: use Save As.
- Software may not auto save, save files, documents and other needed data
periodically for your protection.
- A jump drive is a good way to save data and store files, documents,
pictures and other material.
- Flash drives memory range varies, (8 MB to 1 GB or more).
- The are many manufactures of jump drives, that vary in size color, shape.
- Equipped with internal passwords for added protection if lost or stolen.
- If used with Windows XP, no driver is needed. When the device is plugged in
it is recognized as a new hard drive.
- Easy way to move files, data and pictures from on PC to another.
- Not intended for use as a system backup.
Using a USB Drive
1. Gently insert the jump drive into a free USB port. DO NOT FORCE.
2. Windows will automatically recognize the connected device.
- Open folder to view files. a dialog offers you several choices of what to do
- • Icon will appear on the Task Bar
- · Window opens displaying the contents of driver
To Copy Files To a USB Drive
- Go to My Computer and see which drives are shown.
- When saving items.
- Choose FILE, SAVE AS, from the drop down save in window choose you driver,
name file and click save. The file will transfer.
NOTE: DO NOT PULL DRIVE OUT, Use the EJECT OPTION.