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lovemyjob

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Hello, and thank you to the volunteers of this website. I have a Dell Inspiron 8500, I bought in 2002. The problem I have is copying pictures.

My wife and I took pictures of our daughter with a Kodak easy share C143. We uploaded these pictures onto the laptop in a folder titled pictures. We've taken several pictures, at least 2,000.

Recently when I put in 16 gb ativa flash drive to copy these pictures and upload these in to my wifes desktop mac, I was not able to do so, whereas before I could.

I've copied and pasted these pictures at least twice before. Here is the message I get when I try to copy, which it will not allow me to do.

"error copying file or folder make sure you specify the correct path and file name"

Can someone please help me with an answer? Thank you

Edited by rshaffer61, 16 September 2011 - 02:48 PM.
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phillpower2

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Hi lovemyjob :)

Recently when I put in 16 gb ativa flash drive

If it is a new drive and has no data on it try formatting and renaming it, drive H or K for example http://www.ehow.com/...lash-drive.html
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