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I bought this usb hard drive so that I could load films on to it to watch at my caravan I want to plug it into my TV and wa

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March 7, 2014 5:35:18 AM

I have just bought a 1TB usb hard drive from Amazon.I wanted more storage.What I want to do is to copy and paste files onto the drive but I can't find out how to do it.The user manual baffles me.
The model no. is HS_M101TCB/G It is an M3 portable.I just want copy and paste some films to watch at my caravan.Can anyone explain how I do it Please? I am 80 yrs old and not a geek so,easy to understand instructions please.Thank you very very much.
Ron.
March 7, 2014 5:39:05 AM

You'll need to copy and paste from your PC in these easy steps.

Press CTRL plus left click the files you want OR drag and highlight.

Right click, copy.

Go to the 1TB drive, right click in an open folder, paste.
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March 7, 2014 6:11:19 AM

Thank you champion but i don't know how to find a folder, never mind an open one.
I have just plugged in the usb and clicked Open folder to view files.
What I see is a folder for Macintosh driver.Samsung Drive Manager,
Samsung Drive Manager Manuals and a user Manual.
then 4 icons.Autorun,Portable Secret Zone,Samsung drive manager,and Secure unlock_win. From there I'm lost. I read the user manual I don't know how to create,name or open a folder for me to use.
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March 7, 2014 6:26:04 AM

Right click on a blank spot inside the usb folder and click new than chose folder after that you'll be given the option to change it's name by writting it right after you created it... if you want movies just do as veladem taucht you

Sorry for my bad english...
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March 7, 2014 1:51:49 PM

Florian Corduneanu said:
Right click on a blank spot inside the usb folder and click new than chose folder after that you'll be given the option to change it's name by writting it right after you created it... if you want movies just do as veladem taucht you

Sorry for my bad english...


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March 7, 2014 1:52:12 PM

Hello Florian,
I thank you for taking the trouble to reply to my question.
As I said I am 80 yrs old and I don’t think as fast as I used to.
When I plugged the device back in,A box came up with Open
Folder to view files which I did.There were 4 Folders in there and 4 Icons.
Then like a light had been turned on,I realised I had opened a FOLDER!!!!.
I then did as Veladem said and copied and pasted a film to that folder
and it worked.
When you get to my age,thinking and seeing what is staring you in the face
is not as easy as it used to be.
Again,thank you both so much for helping me,I really appreciate it.
You are both helpful and kind.
Best regards.
Crygyll ( Ron )
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