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Thread: easiest ways to transfer files from one cpu to another




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    Could someone tell me the easiest way to transfer files from my old CPU to a new one?
    I would greatly appreciate it!!

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    Burn it onto CD if you have a writer or over a network if you have the hardware.

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    Drag the old harddrive over to your new pc. Remember to set the jumper to slave.
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    Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by flunders
    Drag the old harddrive over to your new pc. Remember to set the jumper to slave.
    Sorry i'm new. What jumper? like a small connector at the rear of the HDD?

    How do I connect the rest of the cables at the back, I want to use a slave.

    I have a flat cable that goes to my curren hdd and to my CDR. and one that just goes to my CDRW

    Where do I connect the slave to?

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