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Transfer data between computers

Have seen data and programs transferred between computers by cable connection but don't know how to do it. File size too large for cd etc. Does anyone know procedure?

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I've used this. . .
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Hi Ive used this also

I find it quite handy when working on different puters which I do some what regularly and it makes it easy for file transfers All the puters need is usb and most have this now. Happy

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No programs necessary

Just get two 10/100 NICs and some crossover cable. Stick one NIC into each system, plug the cable into each NIC, and you've basically got a 2-system network.

You can find the specifics by searching Google, but Windows handles a lot of it behind the scenes for you. It's usually about as simple as setting up a share on one system, typing in \\<computer name> in the Run dialog box, then using standard Windows copy/move functions to transfer the files. But, like I said, use Google to find the specifics. No point duplicating effort.

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