How to Connect a Flash Drive
A flash drive, sometimes referred to as a thumb drive, is a storage device that connects to your computer directly through a USB port. The flash drive can be used to back up files, as well as to transfer files from one computer to another computer. This includes transferring files from a PC to a Mac and vice versa. Most flash drives can hold any kind of data, including Excel, jpeg, video and text files.
Windows Operating System
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Plug your flash drive into the USB port on your computer. USB ports can be found on the front, sides or back of your computer. The USB port will be roughly 1/4 inch high and 1/2 inch wide and will almost always have a thin white piece in the middle of it. If you are not sure which is the USB port, simply try plugging the flash drive into it. If the flash drive fits, it is a USB port.
Click "Next" on the "Add New Hardware Wizard" screen that will open automatically. If the screen does not open automatically, try plugging the flash drive into a different USB port.
Click "Search for the best driver for your device," and click "Next."
Click "Next" again when you see the "Windows is ready to install the driver" screen.
Remove the flash drive by double-clicking the "Safely Remove Hardware" icon in the bottom-right of your computer screen and selecting "Mass USB Storage Device."
Mac Operating System
Plug your flash drive into the USB port on your computer. Most computers have multiple USB ports. USB ports can be found on the front, sides, or back of your computer.
Locate the "mounted volume icon" on your desktop. This icon represents your flash drive and can be opened by double-clicking it.
Remove the flash drive when you are done using it by dragging the mounted volume icon into the "trash" icon on your desktop. Then, pull out the drive