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Everyone who can help,

I want to thank you up front for helping me with my problem.

I just got a new Windows XP 2.8GB computer and am transferring some important videos/files from my old computer (Windows 98 Pentium 600 [don't laugh too hard]) and keep getting "Specified network no longer exists" after starting the copy to the new computer.

I have file sharing on and am using a 2Wire router and I can see the files just fine (though very slow to load the file list).

Please help !!!!

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If you can see shared folders, install SyncToy for XP from my signature on the XP PC

Create a folder pair of one on 98 and one on XP PC, see if it will transfer
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