Memory sticks, also called "flash drives," are small, portable storage devices commonly used to copy data from one computer to another. Any type of file can be copied to a memory stick, as long as enough free space is available. Because memory sticks use a USB interface, they are compatible with most computers and require no installation or setup. Deleting photos and other files from the device is done in much the same way that you would delete files from your hard drive.
Connect the memory stick to any available USB port on your computer. Make note of the device name that appears on the right side of the Windows taskbar. If you don't have other external hard drives or flash drives connected to your computer, the Vault will be listed as "Removable Disk [F:]" by default.
Click the "Start" orb on the left side of the Windows taskbar and then select "My Computer" from the Start menu.
Double-click the drive icon that corresponds to your flash drive. The root directory of the memory stick will open. This is where all of the files are stored on the device. On some computers, the root directory will display as soon as you connect the memory stick.
Manually search the device for photos. Press "Ctrl-F" on your keyboard to open the search window. If you know the name of the photo you want to delete, type the name and press the "Enter" key. You can also search for and delete image files based on the filename extension. Enter common image formats such as "JPB", "GIF" and "BMP" in the search window.
Right-click a single file or highlight a group of files that you want to delete and click "Delete." When asked to confirm this action, click "Yes." Repeat this procedure until you have deleted all of the photos and other files from your memory stick that you no longer want.