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I have a usb file transfer cable, and External Sata, and I would like to transfer all the information on my existing 60Gig into my new 500Gig internal drive. If I wanted to acquire my Desktop shortcuts, and Favorite how could I do it?

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If you want to transfer first all files from the 60 to the 500 GB hard drive you can do that by putting the 2 hard drive inside your desktop computer so they will be a separate unit and then you can copy all files from the 60 to the 500 drive or you can also connect the 60 to the external hard drive enclosure and then use it as a USB drive then transfer all files from it to the 500 drive.
Then if you want to access those files instantly , you can right click the folder or the drive and click create shortcut and then paste that shortcut where you want to put it for easy access.

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