I have the audio tapes of a language course, turned into mp3's, which I managed to load into
a file. Now I need to load the file into flash drive for actual use studying the course.
How do I do this, please? Thanks for all help!

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Depends upon what OS you are using.

If you have any typr of desktop GUI, you usually plug in the USB, it would show up as a new drive letter in windows or as a drive in mac/linux desktop. Then you just drag your files into the USB....

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Depends upon what OS you are using.

If you have any typr of desktop GUI, you usually plug in the USB, it would show up as a new drive letter in windows or as a drive in mac/linux desktop. Then you just drag your files into the USB....

OS is ubuntu linux = Verbatim FD which shows as Store and Go under Devices. 24 items in file = do I drag them one at a time or can i just drag the opened file icon and that'll
move the lot?

Yes, you can move multiple files via the GUI into a flash drive.

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