To be sure it is installed properly, your brother must have tried it, so it seems logical to me he showed you that it worked correctly and how to use it.
I assume it isn't a flash drive, but something with a (rather large) hard disk inside. And I assume it's just a drive letter (maybe d:, maybe g:) in My Computer. So saving or moving anything to it can be done by selecting the g:-drive in stead of the c:-drive. And you can move or copy anything to it using My Computer or Windows Explorer like you copy or move to any other drive.
Hope this helps.
Hello all, my brother has just bought and installed a pc memory stick that gives me around 75GB extra memory. I have no idea about the internal workings of a pc so he bought and installed the stick for me. He has told me that the stick has been installed properly. How can I access that new memory from my pc? Does the stick automatcally create a new disk drive in 'My Coputer?' Where can I find the memory stick memory information on Windows xp? How do I save things to the stick instead of the my harddrive?