Cpu to cpu data transfer?

SEND ANSWER TO: felund@yahoo.com
6 answers Last reply
More about data transfer
  1. There's no such thing (or else you're going to need to be much more specific).


  2. Some of my customers refer to their computers as CPUs so it maybe that ernie44 wants to know how to rescue files from one to another or simply (guessing here at the name of the sub-Forum :D) network two together.

    Come on Ernie - which is it to be?

  3. SORRY I DIDN'T MAKE MYSELF CLEAR. JUST PURCHASED A "REFURBISHED"
    DELL COMPUTER AND WE HAVE A DELL NOW IN OPERATION. WANT TO TRANSFER'
    ALL INFORMATION FROM ONE TO THE OTHER. BOTH HAVE WINDOWS XP"


  4. If you have a router handling your Internet connection, that can act as a hub of a network for two or more computers to exchange data. If you don't have one, you can link the two with an ethernet cable. We need some more details from you as to what you already have.

  5. GOT THE "ROUTER" BUT DON'T KNOW HOW TO DO WHAT YOU SUGGEST. JUST WANT TO RESCUE DATA
    FROM ONE OLD CPU (WITH XP) TO ANOTHER OLD ONE. THANKS FOR YOUR SUGGESTIONS.


  6. For a simple network, cable both computers to the router then in each system, right click the C:\ drive and tick to share it in Sharing and Security. Do the same to any specific folders then run the Network Setup Wizard in Control Panel.

    Restart both systems and you shold then be able to see either one from the other in My Computer>My Network Places.


Ask a new question

Read More

CPUs Networking