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Dell Latitude CPx J Series with 10GB hardrive

I want to retrieve all memory from this hardrive and transfer it to my new 40GB hardrive. I have 68 percent free space on my 10GB hardrive which is not enough considering there is more software I want to load onto it. How do I get all that is on the 10GB hardrive onto the new 40GB hardrive? I do not own an external hardrive. They are very expensive. Can I manually load onto CD's and copy the files onto the new drive? I have 256megs of RAM.

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