Connecting another hard drive

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karthik555

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Hi,
I am now using Windows XP in my new PC... nd.. i have been using Windows 98 in my older PC... Now i wanna transfer some of my files in the older one to the newer one... Can I connect my older PC's hard drive to my new PC?... If yes, whats the way... After connecting it how can i access it on my new PC?.. Pls post an answer if anyone knows...
 

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You can get a hard drive to USB cable adapter and connect the drive as just another mass storage device on the new computer and copy whatever data you want. You can also hook it up as a non-system drive internally and get the data from it that way. No special method for access is needed.
 
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