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There are other options than a memory stick for storage.
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Karin Secrest
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Hope this is the right place on the forum for this post.

About Storage 

I got an e-mail telling me to store the course material on a memory stick. However I have another WB Element Hard-drive which when attached to the computer monitors all changes of the hard-drive and records everything new daily. So I should be fine when the computer crashes. Well my portable little hard-drive is really very nifty.

The memory stick often does have kinks. I loaded the mp3 and 4 files on my husbands Mac up  to a memory stick but it won't open on my computer. It says, "file can't be opened." I need to look into this. Both computers are Macs. I like to know more bout memory sticks and why they would work or not work on different computers.

I certainly don't want to waste anybodies life with technical issues. It would be too much to ask further help from a teacher who already gives more than I ever even could imagine. However, I love to be part of your community if that is possible. Supporting each other remains so important.

Thank you

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Yes, this place is fine for this topic.

It doesn't have to be a thumb drive/memory stick. Any external hard drive will do, and cloud storage will work just as well.

Personally I have always used memory sticks and external hard drives. I have never come across a problem with using them on my devices. 

I use windows computers and I don't know much about Mac machines because I have never used them. However you seem to have a working solution, so that's fine. The main thing is to have a backup one way or the other. 

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