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Open your primary Google Drive account. Locate the files or folders you want to move to your secondary Google Drive account. Right-click on the file or folder and select Share. Type your secondary Google username. Log into your secondary Google Drive account.
Sign-in to the Google Admin console. Go to Apps > Google Apps > Drive. Click Transfer ownership. Complete the Document ownership transfer section: In the From field, enter the username of the current owner and select the user's domain.
Sign-in to the Google Admin console. Go to Apps > Google Apps > Drive. Click Transfer ownership. Complete the Document ownership transfer section: In the From field, enter the username of the current owner and select the user's domain.
Open the homescreen for Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, or Google Slides. Click the file you want to transfer to someone else. Click Share or Share . To the right of a person you've already shared the file with, click the Down arrow . Click Make owner. Click Done.
If are a personal user, you cannot transfer ownership for the items other than Google format files and folder, unlike G Suite administrators who can change the file owner for all accounts. If you are a GSuite user, please contact your IT Department.
Typically all you need to do is insert the USB stick and once your operating system has recognized it and assigned a drive letter to it, you can then select the files for download and give them the destination of the location of the USB disk.
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