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Old 01-29-2007, 05:24 PM   #1
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Is there a way I can put 2 or 3 GB on something I know well I do not think a Floppy Disk or even a CD can hold that many flies. I want to take flies from the PC i have now and put them on my new PC.
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Old 01-29-2007, 05:27 PM   #2
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DVD will hold that, I think some will hold more than 4gb, but they all hold at least 4 gb
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DVD will hold that, I think some will hold more than 4gb, but they all hold at least 4 gb
something like 4.7gb
but if its an older computer, you might not have a dvd burner, so try using a local area network
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something like 4.7gb
but if its an older computer, you might not have a dvd burner, so try using a local area network
yea local LAN will work but it will take a while, just have it complete the transfer while you are doing something like during the night
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So i can do that with my picture too.
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So i can do that with my picture too.
you can do it with any file on your computer as long as both of the computers are on your network
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I'm sorry but i am slow what you mean by Same network. But about the DVD part that will work with pictures to or just video and audio.
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The DVD will hold any kind of files.
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also, if you get a 4 gig flash drive, you can do that. The only problem with a flash that big is the cost of the drive.
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