Transfer files from PC to PC - Computer Support - HWzone Forums
adplus-dvertising
Skip to content
  • Create an account
  • About Us

    Hello Guest!

     
    Please note - in order to participate in our community, comment and open new discussions, you must join as a registered member.

    Our members enjoy many advantages, including the ability to participate in discussions, enjoy raffles and promotions for members of the site, and receive our weekly content directly by email.

    Do not like being harassed by email? You can register for the site but do not submit your registration to the weekly email updates.

Transfer files from computer to computer


rotemC
 Share

Recommended Posts

Here is a friend, I have a debate that I would love to help:
I am now building a new computer, and I want to move it And files (specific not the whole system) from the old computer (both stationary).
Now the deliberation is how to do it the fastest and safest way, and I thought of three options:
1. Using an external drive - Sounds like it's the simplest option, but the old computer is insanely slow, it'll take him a long time to do that and I'm not sure if he'll be able to handle all the files and not get stuck in the middle.
2. Connect the new SSD to the old computer - There are some problems here. The old computer works on SATA II and I do not know if it will read the new drive, no drawers left to put it in so that during the SSD transfer something is loosely placed, and I am afraid that after the transfer when I try to install The SSD will interfere with it already having files there (will it interfere?)
3. Connect the old drive to the new computer - I just do not know how the computer will respond when I turn it on and there will be two drives with Connected, don't know what will happen.

In short as you understand I am new to the business and quite lost and would love to help you.
Thanks!

Link to content
Share on other sites

He can't see other C Drives!

Drive C is only called a drive from which the operating system rises.

For example, even if you put 5 drives on your computer

From different computers in addition to the drive from which the computer comes up,

Only a drive from which the computer emerged will receive the letter C.

All other drives will receive different letters.

 

The new computer is likely to rise from the drive - ,

If not, you can control both bios and computer alias

By pressing F12 usually, which drive it will cost.

 

Edited By napoleon45
Link to content
Share on other sites

Quote of napoleon45

He can't see other C Drives!

Drive C is only called a drive from which the operating system rises.

For example, even if you put 5 drives on your computer

From different computers in addition to the drive from which the computer comes up,

Only a drive from which the computer emerged will receive the letter C.

All other drives will receive different letters.

 

The new computer is likely to rise from the drive - SSD,

If not, you can control both bios and computer alias

By pressing F12 usually, which drive it will cost.

 

Thanks!

A few more days when there is time I will do it

Link to content
Share on other sites

Join the discussion

You can then join the discussion and then join our community. If you already have an account with us, please Log in now To comment under your username.
Note that: The comment will appear to the surfers after approval by the board management team.

guest
Add a comment

×   The content pasted is with formatting.   Remove formatting

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically assimilated.   Show as regular link

×   Your previous content has been automatically restored.   Clear all

×   You can not paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

 Share

  • Latest news

  • Buzz-Zone: Everything hot on the net

×
  • Create new ...

At the top of the news:

new on the site