Answered By: Natsu Asakura Last Updated: Sep 11, 2017 Views: 40
USB thumbdrives are most commonly used devices to store and transfer an information. However it is also known as the most common source of computer virus threats. For the security reason we have disabled “Windows Autorun” from loading a pop up on your screen.
If you would like to open files and documents from your USB thumbdrives, please follow the below mentioned steps.
- Click on left bottom corner of windows task bar
- Click "Computer"
- When the new window appears (will have the C, D, H and S: Drives by default) select your USB thumbdrive from the main viewing pane. Typically will be the E: Drive, however this may change dependant on other devices.
- Once double clicked, you'll be viewing your files and folders on the USB thumbdrive.
If you need further assistance, please kindly contact IT Services.