Copying entire file folder to USB Tags: Download Computers USB Windows Vista Last response: February 3, 2012 10:41 AM in Windows Vista Share Naomi Branham February 3, 2012 12:17:05 AM Hello, I have a folder named Sam and I want to copy it to a USB so I can then download it onto my new computer, how do I do this? I have a 8GB USB that is brand new. More about : copying entire file folder usb nikorr February 3, 2012 10:29:45 AM Hi there, Make a right click on the folder Sam and select copy, than open the USB drive by double clicking on it and than make right click inside of the USB drive area and select paste, and it should start the copying. m 0 l nikorr February 3, 2012 10:41:59 AM Or watch a video. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Copying entire File Folder Forum Copying large files slows my entire computer. Why? Forum SolvedCopying file onto USB Forum I Can't gain permission to copying a file to a folder!!!!!!! HELP Forum will the datas stored in any temp folder if i copy files from an external drive to an pendrive directly, without copying it to Forum Error copying file or folder Forum Error in copying file or folder Forum Error copying file or folder in windows 98 Forum Error copying file or folder parameter invalid Forum When copying files the folder to which the file is to be copied is the Forum Error copying file or folder Forum Error copying file or folder director or file cannot be created Forum Windows xp error messages error copying file or folder Forum Error copying file or folder Forum Error Copying File or Folder Forum failue in copying system files in folder i386 Forum FIle/Folder copying/Pasting in Remote Desktop Forum Error Copying File or Folder - because of an I/O device er.. Forum I wanted to delete some files and folders from my book essential not erase the entire drive. I want to free up space Forum SolvedI'm REALLY having trouble copying files to my USB drive Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows Vista categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !