moving data

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  1. <Dr. Drank>

    <Dr. Drank> New Member

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    ok, i gotta question, if i have more than one computer and i want to get some data onto another can i just take out the the hard drive out of the computer that i want the info from and temporarily set that hard drive as a slave to the primary HD (the one i want the info on) and move the files, then take the slave out and put it back in the computer i took it out of with no hassle?
     
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    It would probably be easier to network the machines and copy the information over that way.
     
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    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    faster transfer rate if you have boths HD's in one system, but a quick dirty solution is to just network them if you have the hardware to do so


    edited to make sense in ENGLISH :o
     
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    well i dont really have the stuff to network, but what makes my way so hard or inconveniet
     
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    lol its not like i really have a choice neways
     
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    SLED build an idiot proof device and someone else will

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    it's not that hard, do that
     

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