I bought a new laptop, a Windows 7 based one, for school. I had a bunch of files/folders/directories that I need on my Macbook Pro. They aren't application files or anything OS specific, just pictures, documents, etc. So, I put them all in one folder, copied that folder onto an external drive, and then copied that folder onto my new laptop. However, it didn't transfer anything. It just kept on saying that the file location wasn't found (Or something along those lines) on the external drive. The files are mostly just pictures, .jpg, .png, .NEF, etc. There are a couple video files (.mov, .mp4). Also, there are a bunch of .DS_Store files on there that I can see on my new laptop, which I don't particularly have a need for. A quick Google shows that they are used to store preferences in Finder, but since I won't be using Finder anymore.....Basically, is there an easy way to delete them?