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Posted 19 October 2008 - 09:33 PM
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Edited by DJBPace07, 19 October 2008 - 11:19 PM.
Posted 20 October 2008 - 01:09 AM
I suggest just putting D: into the new PC, it goes so much quicker that way. Transferring files can be loopy in Vista, I could transfer files between computers but one computer had to initiate the transfer (if I tried from the other PC, I would get an access denied prompt) and I had to indicate which folder could be shared. You need a router and two ethernet cables to transfer files over a network, you could also do it using wireless but it would take a while. The speed of the transfer depends on the speed of the router and the network cards on either computer, if they aren't at least one gigabit per second, it is going to take a while. I did this when I got my new PC. I have over 200 GB of media and both computers along with the router allowed for gigabit speeds. It took about 45 minutes or so.
How to remove a hard drive: eHow - How to Remove a Hard Drive
How to install a hard drive: eHow - How to Install a Hard Drive <<<Note: This is for older IDE drives, SATA drives install in a slightly different way. SATA drives don't have jumpers, you just simply install them.
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