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Caseyb

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Hello, I did a search on this topic but the search engine does not seem to be functioning properly, so I decided to post. I recently purchased a laptop and I want to transfer a large amount of files from my old computer. The old computer contains the router for the wireless connection to my laptop. I know that sharing a folder is probably the easiest way to transfer files, but I am not really sure how to do it. If someone could give me in depth directions on how to transfer files, please let me know, I would really appreciate it.

Thank you.
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Have you considered the file transfer wizard?

http://www.microsoft...november12.mspx
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Thanks, I'll try that article out and see if I can do it.

Thanks again
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I don't know why but I have not been able to accomplish what I need yet, I tried the file transfer wizard. Do I need to set up a home network in order to do this?
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