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Western username, and see if anything shows up. NOTE: this may take a few minutes to activate so if nothing happens right away, move on to Activity 2 and then come back to this in a few minutes. REMEMBER: if you completed the webform in step 1 and 2 above and hit Submit, you should never have to do this step again even in future years. You should only need to do this once and it will remain activated throughout your university life!
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6 Activity 2 Using your memory stick for this course NOTE: For the remaining labs in CS1033 remember that folder and directory mean the same thing. Because the set up in MC 230 is slightly differ than the set up in NCB 105, we have to do a bit of setup so that your memory stick is pointing to the same place in both lab rooms. Normally the memory stick will map to the F: drive, so this lab will ALWAYS refer to the F: drive but just in case, perform the steps below to figure out which drive your memory stick was mapped to. Then we will save everything to the F: drive (i.e. your stick). Do NOT save your lab files to the lab computer itself these computers often get wiped so anything you save on there could be deleted at any time. 1. Put your memory stick into a USB slot. 2. In Windows 10, open up the File Explorer as follows: a. Click on the magnifying glass icon (the Search Windows area) in the bottom left corner next to the Windows icon b. In the box that opens that says Search Windows , type "File Explorer" c. Click on the File Explorer icon (should look like a folder) 3. Look along the left side and see which drive your memory stick was mapped to. It will likely be under an area labeled “USB Drive”. Make sure you remember the drive letter and substitute it every time you see F:\. If your memory stick was mapped to a different drive, it will look like this (this one was mapped to the D: drive): 4. Double click on the F:\ drive (memory stick) to get into this area.
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7 5. Once you have gone into your F:\ drive, create a directory (folder) by right- clicking the F:\ drive and selecting New > Folder. Name the new folder cs1033 . This is where you will store your lab files for the course. In the next steps you will learn how to copy the lab files (images, documents, video clips, sound clips etc.) that you will be provided with for each lab to your memory stick. For each lab, you will copy the files containing images, documents, video clips, to your F: drive (memory stick). You will need to copy them to your F: drive in the cs1033 folder (directory) every week for each lab. 6. On your memory stick, move to the folder you create above called cs1033 (it will likely be put on the F: drive) 7. Click into the cs1033 folder and create a sub-folder called lab01 . NOTE: it is VERY important you name your files and folders carefully and use the exact same spelling and exact same case (usually make every file/folder name lowercase with no spaces in the folder name or file name) 8. Move to the cs1033/lab01 folder and create a sub-folder called images .
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