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Topic # 89587 5-Sep-2011 20:53
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Hi all

Please excuse my noob-ness but a friend of mine is wanting to move pics (stored on Picassa) from old laptop to new....not sure why the salesman from HN didn't do it but anyway...

If i insert a pendrive, am  able to just transfer pics to it in one (or several) easy (EASY) stpes then plug pendrive into new laptop etc etc?

Instructions/advice (small words and type slow please) for me would be MUCH appreciated!!

Cheers

Shaggie

ps if there is an easier way - all advice welcomed! :-)

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  Reply # 517130 5-Sep-2011 21:03
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Just copy them from wherever they're stored on the disk to your pendrive? (Across the network would probably be faster)



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  Reply # 517135 5-Sep-2011 21:05
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thanks - that's what I figured but as it 'appears' to be an issue I thought maybe there was something my nooby-ness was unaware of....?

will try to orrow anyway - cheers! :-)

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  Reply # 517137 5-Sep-2011 21:07
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Oh, incase you can't locate them, right click on the image in picasa and go "locate on disk" and it will open up an exlorer window.



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  Reply # 517139 5-Sep-2011 21:08
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you read my mind! (scary in there ain't it!)

Cheers again!

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