Question about HP Pavilion dv9000z Notebook
Want to transfer whole directories from one laptop to another, with
cable ( 9 GB of data or more) or at least large blocks of data.
I'm trying to avoid using flash-drive as a transfer medium, just
because a small sudirectory taken 5 hours just to transfer out.
1. from: DELL Latitude C series,
2. to: HP Pavilion ZE series
.... as both have only USB-1.0 port, and 25 pin ports.
I have also tried to use the USB-2.0 card bus (32 bit pc card)
model QFASCB, and made no difference.
Both laptops are 25 pins and USB-1.0.
Need your details (exact) how to cable (or other means) for
to transfer large blocks data between them, or need more
software; and tell me exactly, what that software is, where located,
to do this, and how to do this.
Appreciated, experts. Can I count on you?
The 25 pin port uses the printer. Any one knows how to keep
the ''25 pin printer'' (Cable ''pins''on the printer=HP LASER 2100), when it is performing so well, and use the USB at laptop, to print? A Very good printer, intent in keeping. Need ADAPTER or CABLE to adapt (printer 25 pin) to 'any' laptop (USB) port?
What cable, or, what adapter? (and...any software?)
Will this put a smile on your face?
The system must surely have a ethernet port... why dont u try a peer to peer connection.... they can achieve very good speeds...
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