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If both computers are connected to your network, you can easily enable sharing of the drive(s) on your XP computer, then connect to it from the Windows 8 computer and transfer the files over the network.
One of the most common problems is the computer's operating system not recognizing the cable's drivers. This is most common with non-English operating systems. The quickest solution is to download the most recent driver. If the Easy Transfer Cable isn't working properly, you can try a few things to fix the problem. Make sure that you have installed the Easy Transfer Cable drivers on your old computer with the CD that is included in the cable package. If you did not do this, close Windows Easy Transfer, insert the CD that came with the Easy Transfer Cable into your old computer, and then follow the instructions on the screen. When this is complete, begin the transfer process again. USB ports might be another cause of the problem. When Windows Easy Transfer asks you to connect your computers with the Easy Transfer Cable, try plugging the cable into other USB ports on your computers. A more complex problem involves the F5U409 USB PDA Adapter (The USB/Serial Portable Adapter)not installing properly. If the driver is unzipping, but the unit is not working, you need to manually update the drivers. They should all unzip to a file called F5U109 in the C: drive of your computer. Point to this file through the Device Manager to update. Hope it helps.
Please note that your cable will support below givne O/S check at your end.
One destination PC running Windows 7 (32- or 64-bit) and available USB port
One source PC running Windows® XP (32- or 64-bit) or Windows Vista® (32- or 64-bit) and available USB port
For Example two Pcs 1 is Xp and other pcs is Windows 7, then try to connect between both .
Another one more option is there for transfering the data between two systems either laptop or Desktop by a cross cable (LAN CABLE), buy a cross cable from shop and insert into RJ45 Socket (i.e lan socket) the try to transfer the datas.
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1st step:Install lan driver in both laptops from there own methere bord cd. 2nd step:Connect both laptop vis lan wire. 3rd step:Goto startmenu--->Control Panel--->Network Connections.there is a item whose name Local Area Connection 4th step: Right click on Local Area Connection.select properties from menu. 5th step:select General tab,see there is a level name by "The connection uses the following item :".scroll and select Iternet protocol (TCP/IP) and press properties button 6th step:Select Use the following IP address,put ther IP address.its like 192.168.0.1(IP address) and subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 and press ok.after thene press close button.
i think after that work, but note that ip address are diffrent in both lapto.
Hi..Start the file transfer on your old pc.When you get the screen to choose the option of using the transfer cable,select it..On your new pc click Start>accessories>System tools and then windows easy transfer..Follow on screen prompts and away you go..Just transfered some hol pics to my new vista machine