I want to transfer some files to a new PC

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Hi Everyone,

I want to transfer some files to a new PC I have just bought from my old Toshiba Satellite. The problem is the PC does not have a disk drive; neither does it have an Ethernet card. What is the solution to such a scenario? Do I have to buy a new one or is there a solution?

Thanks a lot for your advice.

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I want to transfer some files to a new PC

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Fsolivio,

I am confused, I don't know which drive you are talking about, either the hard drive (hard disk) or the CD drive, because there is no disk drive. If you don't have a hard drive, then you will have to buy one, because the PC doesn't work without one, and if you have a hard drive, then you can transfer all of your data through a USB to your new PC.

Thanks. Have a great day.

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I want to transfer some files to a new PC

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Hi Fsolvio,

What you can do is have a USB to USB connection between two cables this bridge connection lets you transfer files from one computer to another. Make sure you get the “Bridge” or USB networking cable as this has a small electronic circuit in the middle that allows file sharing on both PC.

This will come with an installation package choose Super link adapter to connect both computers. I also suggest you try to double check your new computer this should have its own Ethernet card some Motherboards have it automatically if not have a PCI expansion card for it so you can have a better internet connection and for networking processes.

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