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How to put a file in the root directory of a usb jump drive

I have 2013 ford escape with Ford Touch when Ford sends me an update the car wants it in the root directory. I'm running widows 10

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It's no different from putting it elsewhere.

What's the problem?

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root directory

Ford sent me an update to Sync but it will not install because it is not in the root directory.

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sync?
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Sync update

It is a part of sync I don't what it is about but I hope fixes some problems.

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Try it both way.

First I probably put the update in a folder, but if that won't work, then just put all files on the flashdrive. Just don't put it in a subfolder, that definitely will not work.

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