Transfering files from comp to comp with usb...stuck...help
I have a usb 2.0 data link that i'm trying to connect 2 computers with. my one gateway xp computer crashed, i'm able to boot with cd, and am trying to copy my files to the other computer with the usb. i've installed usb on the working computer, but i dont know how to get it to work with my non working computer. how can i transfer my files?
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Both Windows XP and Windows 7 have a "Settings and File Transfer Wizard". Run the wizard on the "old" computer, and say that you are running it on the old computer, and it will save all your files.
Transport the files to your new computer (DVD-writer or USB memory-stick) and run the wizard, and say that you are running it on the new computer, and "import" your files & settings.
Is your unit equipt or have a USB? if that so,just simply connect it to yoyr PC,and anytime you have connected it a baloon on the screen of your pc will pops up to let you know that it is already activated.If that so,you can go to"my computer,Then right click for the" Removable disk (E)", or what is assigned in your comp..Once you click it you can see the files stored in your Cellphone.
Now,if you already opened the files,you can save your file( The picture you are saying) to your PC by this way:
1. Right click to the name of file you want to save or
2. a menu will appear and right click for the "Send"
3. A menu will appear and right click to the
" My Documents"
just follow these and your files will be saved to your PC ..
But when your CP dont have a USB?No problem,you can buy a USB bluetooth and install in your computer.
After installing it,you can perform transfering files just like the way you are sending bluetooth through cellphone to cellphone.( but to tell you to have a little patience in transfering or sending files becoz it has a little bit slower than a USB, the reason that USB is direct or line to line ,so it is more faster than a bluetooth which is through "signal."
we would like to inform you that please try following steps to transfer Contacts from Phone to PC.
Using Motorola Phone Tool Software
• Select Data Connection i.e. Main Menu > Setting > Connection > USB Setting > Data Connection
• Connect your handset with PC through USB Data Cable.
• Run Motorola Phone Tools > Phone Picture will appear on your PC.
• Click on Phonebook icon which will be available on the right side of your Phone Picture
• Click on that and transfer all contacts on left side in MS outlook or outlook express
• After transfering data clsoe MPT disconnect the handset and connect the another handset and follow the same process but in this case you have to transfer data from MS outlook or Outlook express to phone means Left to right.
dont no if this helps but worth a try, on ur phone go 2 phone settings > connectivity > USB connection mode > chamge it to mass storage. then re-connect it 2 ur comp and will will show up as a mass storage device where u can do the drag and drop option. only problem is it transfers media from ur phone but dont no how i can get things off memory card without having 2 transfer them 2 phone memory first.
try downloading this and and scan may be it might locate yr drive since windows can still see it in device manager. and with these u can recover even deleted and formated files. try it http://services.seagate.com its trial version so u can get a full version n pay little or find similar software but i know yr drive can still work fine its just that we r missing something here.
USB (Universal Serial Bus) flash drives are high-speed, high-capacity memory devices designed for long-term data storage and easy transport among PCs. The host PC treats the device just like a drive, so you can transfer files of all types to and from the device. Because the device emulates a drive, it supports any type of file, including audio files (such as MP3s) and graphics files (such as JPEGs [Joint Photographic Experts Group] and BMPs [bit map]). In addition, USB flash drives can easily support applications, CAD (computer-aided design) drawings, and a wealth of personal information you'd rather not leave on any particular PC. Even so, most USB flash drives are smaller than a pack of gum and can easily fit onto a key ring.
Years ago, users often referred to the practice of using floppies to transport files among PCs as sneakernet. Because USB flash drive manufacturers designed these devices for transport among PCs, their increasing popularity has given rise to a "new sneakernet."