Hello all, I'm currently trying to install a certain type of embeddable Linux for my old computer with Windows 98. At first, I was going to download the .zip file but I received difficulty when I tried to hook it up to the internet. Is there any way to directly
transfer a file (about 50 mb) from my computer with Windows XP to the other computer with Windows 98? I know that XP has the "Files and Settings Transfer Wizard" but I don't think that it's compatible with Windows 98. Is it? Also, a CD won't work because the old computer's CD drive won't read anything. USB drive won't work because in order to get it to work I need to install the driver (from a CD.) Is it possible for me to plug the old computer's hard drive into the new computer, boot into XP, and have Windows XP copy the file? How would I do this?
Thanks for all of the help in advance.
EDIT: Just a mistake on my part-- On the thread description, it says "from windows 98 to XP." I meant to say it the other way around.
Edited by Thecovester, 20 November 2010 - 11:31 PM.