Found it. It was under the under part of teh box. So when I cut the files from the directory, where in the bookport manager do I paste them? Also, every time I connect the bookport I get a new device from windows message. Iallowed the auto installation of the drivers but this keeps coming back. The USB device found message and wanting to install drivers, not the bookport software. ----- Original Message ----- From: Larry Skutchan To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 9:20 PM Subject: [bct] Re: Book port arrived, and already a few questions There should be a USB cable in the box, it is probably under all that cardboard down there with the CD. The transfer tool won't let you move files, but you can just use Windows Explorer to cut and paste them onto the Book Port. That's the way I do it, and I like it, because it cuts down on the number of steps you need to worry about to manage what can get to be huge amounts of data. Now, if we just had a Book Port with bluetooth so you could have a process at night or something to move regularly scheduled content from your PC to Book Port without you having to mess with it. ----- Original Message ----- From: Bill Holton To: blindcooltech@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Saturday, February 04, 2006 7:39 PM Subject: [bct] Book port arrived, and already a few questions My bookport arrived today--love it, and i have a few questions. First, do they not include the USB cable? I found one I can use, but surprised it wasn't included. Now, one quick suggestion, if it's not already there and I just don't know it. When I listen to podcasts, I like to go ahead and move the file onto the player instead of just copying it so I don't wind up with so many files AI have to clean up. Is there a way to actually move the file to the player instead of simply a copy? Thanks, I'm sure I'll have other questions soon.