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Installing software using a USB thumb drive
Using a different computer that is
equipped with a CD/DVD drive, the files on the software CD can be copied onto a USB thumb drive and
then transferred to the computer that has no CD/DVD drive. To use a USB thumb drive to install
software on your notebook, follow the steps below.
1. Insert the software CD into
the CD/DVD drive.
2. In Windows Vista, click Start, Computer, and then
double-click the CD/DVD drive.
In Windows XP, click
Start, My Computer, and then double-click the CD/DVD drive.
3. Select all
files and folders, then right-click and select Copy.
note: If a window appears with a prompt stating There are hidden files or folders. Would you like to
include these in your selection?, click OK.
4. Insert a USB thumb drive
into a USB port on the computer that has a CD/DVD drive.
If an AutoPlay
window appears, click Open folder to view files and then select OK.
AutoPlay window does not appear, open the USB thumb drive by clicking Start, Computer or My Computer,
and then double-clicking the corresponding drive.
5. Create a new
folder on the USB thumb drive by right-clicking a blank area within the window and selecting New and
then Folder. Name the new folder the name of the software.
the new folder to open it. Right-click within the folder and select Paste.
7. When the file transfer is complete, close the window and remove the USB thumb drive from the
8. Insert the USB thumb drive into a USB port on the computer
that does not have a CD/DVD drive.
If an AutoPlay window appears, click Open
folder to view files and then select OK.
If an AutoPlay window does not appear,
open the USB thumb drive by clicking Start, Computer or My Computer, and then double-clicking the
9. Right-click the software folder and select
10. Right-click on a blank area of the desktop and select
11. When the file transfer is complete, double-click the software folder
on the desktop to open it.
12. Locate a file named Setup.exe, Start.exe,
Install.exe, or similar.
13. Double-click the file and proceed with the
|done in Windows Vista|
|the sofware CD|
|by the name of the needed
|to select files
|to copy the needed software|
|done by double clicking the file with the extension of .exe|
|when inserting a USB
|to transfer the
|the file whose extension is .exe|
|when the file transfering is