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File transfer:old computer to new

When I hook up old and new computer with the Belkin transfer from USP to USB..I go through the Windows Wizard prompts but when both "autodetects" are hit, it looks and looks but a connection is never established.

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Re: file transfer:old computer to new

If your UPS has both a Serial and USB port uallly only one may be used - since this is generally ment to go to a server to signal a shut down is required to the operating system. if you have both PC's on the LAN use one as the "server" since the UPS utility will allow you to send commands to shut down other PC's that are sharing your UPS on your LAN.

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Hey you again, you rated me yesterday Inappropriate. Actually, fixya expert afraid to give some solution because you will rated us Inappropriate even the problem is came from you where you was not clearly stated your problem.

Ok, but anyway I am still to help you, Is it the problem goes to the manual installation you need or the driver instead?

Printers used to be the bugbear of computer users. They were difficult to set up and ornery in operation. That's no longer the case and it's likely you'll have no problems getting your printer up and running. This is particularly the case if your printer comes packaged with your computer system or if you stick to well-known brands such as Hewlett-Packard, Epson, Lexmark and Canon.
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  2. Connecting the printer cable to the printer and to the back of your computer.
  3. Connecting the printer's power cord to a power outlet.
  4. Installing the printer driver and any additional software. The printer driver is a piece of software that tells your computer how to interact with your printer.
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geekgirl.tip: Get a cable One word of warning: Make sure you purchase a printer cable! Often, this is not included in your computer system, despite it being an essential item. You'll need the correct type of cable for your printer: If it's a USB-enabled printer, you need a USB cable (note, the new USB 2 cables work with older USB 1 printers, too; so if in doubt, get a USB 2 cable); if it's a parallel printer, you'll need a parallel cable.
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