Re: Copying from one PC to a laptop using a flash drive
When I view the files on the flash drive they still have the file names I
gave them. When I copied the files to Vista I created a folder in "Pictures"
and then simply cut and pasted the photos from the flash drive to the laptop.
"John Inzer" wrote:
> Dan wrote:
> > I've copied 600 photos from a PC using Windows 2000 to a new laptop
> > using Vista Home Basic. The files were copied from the PC to a flash
> > drive and then to the laptop (to the "Pictures" directory). Trouble
> > is, when this process started all the photos had file names, and when
> > they got to Vista all they had was numbers (sequentially, from 1 to
> > 597). The file names I'd given them are nowhere to be found, and I'm
> > hoping someone can tell me how to fix this problem. Some of the files
> > are very old and need the file namesw for anyone to have any clue
> > about who or what the photo is. Can anyone offer a solution? Thanks.
> If you view the files on the flash drive do they
> still have names? When you moved the files
> from the flash drive to your Vista system did
> you create a new folder and simply copy/paste
> or drag/drop the files into it or did you use some
> type of software to import the pictures?
> John Inzer
> Digital Media MVP
> This is not tech support
> I am a volunteer
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> me may not work for you
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