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Vista lappy & Nexus 7


AngeTheHippy
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Evening Chaps, I can move files from lappy to tablet no probs, but as everyone knows - when summit connected to ya PC, (portable HDD, Kindle etc) you need to back it out by clicking it's icon in the SYS tray, otherwise damage can occur....only I DON'T have an icon for the Nexus 7 ! Any ideas why, please, and how I can get it there??

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AngeTheHippy

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I don't know what &amp is! Should say... Lappy & Nexus 7.

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northumbria61

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This should answer your query enter link description here

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AngeTheHippy

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Many thanks indeed, northumbria61, that's exactly it!!

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KRONOS the First

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I very rarely bother with clicking on the 'Safely Remove' icon, providing you are not transferring data then there will not be a problem.

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Forum Editor

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Chronus is right.....

No harm can occur unless your PC is writing data to the attached device when you disconnect manually.

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Graham*

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Unless you're using a Mac.

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