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Hi...I'm not sure if this question belongs here but I wasn't sure where to put it. The LCD screen on my old computer completely broke and for the cost to replace it I just got a new laptop. I was wondering how I could transfer the files (music, pictures, word documents) from the old laptop to my new one.

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well i would use a usb mini drive, or if you have a router or switch, network the computers, and make the folders on the broken laptop shared, and so on the network you can grab the files off of the old laptop to the new one, obviously just plug in a monitor to the old laptop to see what you are doing. i dont recall you saying what operating system was on the laptops, but if you are using windows, you could also use the files and settings transfer wizard, but i havent had much luck with that, in my opinion, the first two methods are the easiest.
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