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Can I connect more than one USB flash drives on PC?

The first one is OK. It is automatically assigned to E:, but I have quite a few network drives. My computer tries to connect to F: but that is a network drive, I removed the first drive, but the computer doesn't recognize the second one. How do I map a drive to my second USB flash drive??? Plain

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Assign drive letters on Windows XP

Plug in your second USB drive. Right click on "My Computer" and select "Manage". Click "Disk Management". Right click the USB drive and select "Change drive letter and paths". Pick an unused drive letter. Whatever you pick will always be the drive letter for this USB drive.

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I don't have any choices.

Selecting "Change drive letter and paths", I am not given any choices. Although, in control panel, under Map network drives, there are plenty of open ones.

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My task is complete-Thanks

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Hint: change drive letters so there is no conflict.

XP's been around a while so by now you should know where to change letters for these things.
Bob

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bobhearn11, there isn't any information you are supposed to know, only things you don't know. When you don't know, ask. Helpful people will answer!

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mutiple USBs

A very simple solution,i went to my local pound-shop and purchased a one USB with 4 USBs to plug in to so simple for

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