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I use ubuntu for downloading and I want to move the files to my C: Drive so that when I run windows I can access the files. How do I do that?

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marked as duplicate by bcbc, stephenmyall, Kevin Bowen, Alvar, RolandiXor Aug 19 '13 at 17:19

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your C:/ drive should show at the bottem of the sidebar along with any USB storage devices/ HDDS. It may be listed as SGxxxxxxxxxxxx or WDxxxxxxxxxxxx (seagate or western digital)

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