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Transferring files between 2 pc's

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#1 superking75


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Posted 28 December 2015 - 06:48 PM

I am working on backing up my main desktop PC and I want to make a system image, but my external HDD is not big enough to hold it and the other backup files. The solution is to put it on a slightly old Hp that I don't use anymore, it has plenty of space for the one time image backup. I have one problem, the HP has not wireless card.


I am looking for the best way to get an approximately 200 GB system image from my Desktop to the other HP. I have an Ethernet patch cable that I could wire the older PC to the router(I would use remote assistance for that after it is set up, because the router is in my living room.) I also have an internet cable that was used to connect an old modem to a router. I have herd of just removing the HDD from one but I am a little hesitant on that. 


Any ideas.


thanks for the help.

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#2 Bailifei


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Posted 29 December 2015 - 01:31 AM

See if this is what you need right now, PC transfer. http://www.easeus.com/tutorial/pctrans-free-user-guide.html

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