Data Transfer

  Solva 14:18 04 May 07
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Hi Guys if I have say 10-15 GB of data that need s to be transferred from 1 system to another whats the best way to do this do you think. Buy a plug and play hard drive and transfer or burn onto disk in which case what kind of disk do i need to use and will I have to change the format of the content.

Thanks

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  Solva 14:54 04 May 07

Thanks Raven But the problem is I have hundreds of files that are in folders that need to be transfered. And some of them a application data that is needed to run on a system not just for viewing.

  MAJ 14:59 04 May 07

Take the disk out of one system and attach it as a slave in the other system, then drag and drop the files from one drive to th'other.

  Solva 15:02 04 May 07

Thanks Maj but is desktop to laptops. And for me doing it to laptop isnt practicle.

Thanks

  MAJ 15:07 04 May 07

Ahhh I see, Solva. An external hard drive is probably the best bet then. They're not very expensive now.

  Solva 15:25 04 May 07

Thanks Maj how much are they going for about £50?

  MAJ 15:28 04 May 07

Yes, about that price, Solva, here's a 160 gig at £47 click here and one double that capacity for £63. click here

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