HEY! I got a flash key! Now what!? :)


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ToolPackinMama

So I finally got myself a 64 MB USB flash drive. It's a cute lil toy.
Can somebody please tell me why I freakin' need this thing? ;)
 
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El Phantazmo

we'll, if you can get an atlas condensed down into 64MB, you can copy it to
your flash card, hold it in the palm of your hand and chant:

"I've got the whole world, in my hand...!"

Works with CDs too... personal choice really.
 
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drumguy1384

ToolPackinMama said:
So I finally got myself a 64 MB USB flash drive. It's a cute lil toy.
Can somebody please tell me why I freakin' need this thing? ;)
What in the hell did you buy it for if you don't know what to do with it?

Maybe you could try sneaking top secret virus programs out of CIA like that
chick on 'The Recruit'.

Awesome movie by the way ... if you haven't seen it I recommend renting it.


Drumguy
 
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ToolPackinMama

El said:
we'll, if you can get an atlas condensed down into 64MB, you can copy it to
your flash card, hold it in the palm of your hand and chant:

"I've got the whole world, in my hand...!"
LOL! :)
 
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ToolPackinMama

JAD said:
i thought people used them to store digital pics from thier flash cards
memory,,, but those things aren't powered are they? at least not from a digi
cam to that pen drive
Well, it's 64 MB of store-whatever-you want.
 
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csherman

its like having a 64M floppy disk. Except its more rigid and r/w's lot
faster.

i use mine mostly for xfering mp3's.
Thank you for admitting that. Our representatives will contact you
shortly. Please have $5,000 for the fine ready.

--
Cary Sherman,
RIAA president



















Just kidding. :)
 
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PhendR

Thank you for admitting that. Our representatives will contact you
shortly. Please have $5,000 for the fine ready.
Wish I had a nickel for every time i heard/read that.
 
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Conor

Peer pressure. :)
I've got a bridge for sale....

LOL.

--
________________________
Conor Turton
(e-mail address removed)
ICQ:31909763
________________________
 
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Justice Gustine

Workplace PCs are Win2000 and do not have solitaire (and do not let me
install apps . . ) I copied the files to the USB drive and can now
waste time at work.

Also works with an old DOS version of DOOM II - though with no sound.
 
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Larc

|
| | > So I finally got myself a 64 MB USB flash drive. It's a cute lil toy.
| > Can somebody please tell me why I freakin' need this thing? ;)
|
| What in the hell did you buy it for if you don't know what to do with it?

It's medication for the dreaded disease Upgrade Fever. ;-)

Larc



§§§ - Please raise temperature of mail to reply by e-mail - §§§
 
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jmnugent

Well, if you bought one without needing one, or without a plan of how to use
it,..then (forgive me) thats pretty dumb...
I have a Lexar Jumpdrive 256meg USB2-----I use it to store many small system
utilities, anti-virus updates, Windows fixes/patches.
(Things like Ad-aware, WinZip, Adobe Acrobat 6, Quicktime, Intel and Via
chipset drivers, Winamp audio player, video drivers, etc)
Its worth every penny and more in my job running around doing tech support
for various clients...

You could use it to easily transfer files between home and work, or to a
friends house.
--jmnugent
 
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Gary Tait

i thought people used them to store digital pics from thier flash cards
memory,,, but those things aren't powered are they? at least not from a digi
cam to that pen drive
They don't work that way. They need a USB host to work, the stick and
camera are neither.
 
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ToolPackinMama

jmnugent said:
Well, if you bought one without needing one, or without a plan of how to use
it,..then (forgive me) thats pretty dumb...
Charmed, I'm sure.
 
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Forelli

jmnugent said:
Well, if you bought one without needing one, or without a plan of how to use
it,..then (forgive me) thats pretty dumb...
I have a Lexar Jumpdrive 256meg USB2-----I use it to store many small system
utilities, anti-virus updates, Windows fixes/patches.
(Things like Ad-aware, WinZip, Adobe Acrobat 6, Quicktime, Intel and Via
chipset drivers, Winamp audio player, video drivers, etc)
Its worth every penny and more in my job running around doing tech support
for various clients...

You could use it to easily transfer files between home and work, or to a
friends house.
--jmnugent
especially if u own I laptop...then I heard their pretty much a necessity.
 
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ToolPackinMama

jmnugent said:
Didnt mean to offend, its just that in my job, I see many, many people waste
lots of money on buying the wrong thing.
<dryly> No doubt. </dryly>
 
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