It makes such work trivial. But why not use the Ethernet port instead of WiFi? My oldest laptops had that. And my even older Pentium (yes it was just that, no 2, 3 or 4!) had an Ethernet on the PCMCIA slot adapter.
My bet this is the newer 3.5 inch floppy.
I found an old laptop and it has some scanned photos on the hard drive that I want to retrieve and install on my new laptop.
The old laptop ONLY uses the little 4" floppy disks, so I can save the photos on one of those... but my new laptop and my newer PC don't accept the little 4" floppies; they only accept CDRs and DVDs.
Is there any way I can transfer photos from laptop hard drive to 4" floppy to CDR to new laptop hard drive? My son tried to set up WiFi(?) on the old laptop, thinking I could email the photos to myself, but the old laptop has no way to install the WiFi (I think that's what he called it) card to set up the Internet network connection.
You've helped me so many times, Forum members... I'm hoping once again you'll have an easy solution to this vexing problem. Thank you! Ellie