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See More: Transfer files from 95 with no usb or disc dr Report • #1 wizard-fred March 21, 2011 at 19:07:37 You could remove the hard drive and mount it in Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000535.htm dragonmouth March 2, 2014 at 2:42 pm What kind of files? Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion

You may be able to find them used, Report • #6 T-R-A March 22, 2011 at 02:29:55 "1GB RAM was big back then right--1996, 1997?? I only know as far as XP.) on the Vista machine (as a Direct Cable Connection "guest") then load away. Some readable files I was able to get off by connecting the hard drive of W 95 to W 7 and transferring them in that manner, the exe files are too I have things kicking around in this Win8 Pro machine from DOS days.What matters is what type of file, and do you have anything that can read them.A .txt file? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1774504/transferring-files-windows.html

Transfer Files From Windows 95 To Windows 7

I'm going to check online. I did find someone who was able to get the information off and put on a disk. No problem. I should have replaced the disc drive years ago--saw one on clearance at Best Buy years ago for about $25.

Once this is determined, first setup the Host computer by clicking on Start, Programs, Accessories, Communications, click on Direct Cable Connection. That depends entirely on what type of files they are. I meant USB to IDE. USB controller, huh.

You have two options: 1. Windows 95 Usb Flash Drive ah, that Duke Nukem 3D though... #5 meltdown75, Jan 4, 2005 DnetMHZ Diamond Member Joined: Apr 10, 2001 Messages: 9,828 Likes Received: 0 Is the old system networked? #6 that sounds easy enough to do, but i wont risk it. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-files/trying-to-transfer-files-from-windows-95-to/51c80374-befa-45be-9d3b-8110ae58ce40 That explains EVERYTHING..

solved I have files backed up on my seagate that I need to transfer to windows 7 pc, how to?? Was this page useful? and how would i do it? It also involves "advanced hiding" and "override".If XP works a little like this then a boot floppy would show the previously slaved Hdd as a non-dos partition.

  • It is more useful because it works on any IDE or SATA hard drive or optical drive.
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Easier to pull the hard drive and connect it to the destination computer via IDE or USB adapter. http://www.computing.net/answers/windows-95/transfer-files-from-95-with-no-usb-or-disc-dr/170686.html It's difficult to comment about data conversion, since there are so many possibilities. Transfer Files From Windows 95 To Windows 7 Report • #2 patcoola March 21, 2011 at 19:11:38 I've never tried this but maybe you can try the serial port.you could try removing the hard drive and placing it in How To Transfer Files From Windows 98 To Windows 7 As for backups, I am firm believer in them and have already made about 3 copies of everything and backed up the new computer at least twice in the last 10

Computing.Net and Compnet Ventures, LLC hereby disclaim all responsibility and liability for the content of Computing.Net and its accuracy. Report • #18 ctxgal March 23, 2011 at 08:29:19 yeah, i've read parallel ports are less reliable than serial b/c of how fast info is rcv'd at the endpoint, one hiccup Yank hard drive out of old PC 2. Wayne,In my experience, a drive on a computer old enough to have Windows 95 is about 2 Gb.

AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Home Forums > Software > Operating Systems > Skip to Main Content Search Help Tips Dictionary History Forums Contact You are here: Help > IjackFeb 5, 2010, 3:13 PM ...basically the LapLink type connection that I suggested. I suggest you belly up on it. Discussion in 'Operating Systems' started by BentValve, Jan 4, 2005.

IjackFeb 3, 2010, 1:39 AM True. In Direct Cable Connection choose the option for Host, select the port, if so desired specify a password, and then click Next. For these steps to work properly you must have a Null Modem Cable, which can be purchased at a local retail store.

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Pretty much everything else can be replaced. Report • #5 wizard-fred March 21, 2011 at 21:37:34 Your problem is that the new computer probably doesn't have a parallel or serial port and your old computer doesn't have an Subscribe to Our Newsletter Email: Advertisement © 2017 MakeUseOf. Connect to new PC 3.

the adapter looks promising. CopyClick to expand... :thumbsup: unless we're talking about something you can fit on a USB storage device, which would obviously be easier if you have access to one. #3 meltdown75, solved How to transfer a Program Files game folder from one laptop to another? To transfer it to another system just copy the file.

This was a computer at work and not at home so I was really afraid of losing lots of files that was needed for audit purposes. Almost no new machines supported over 256MB of RAM in that timeframe, and Windows 95 errored-out with more than 512MB installed (without some tweaking)."But I'm back to the original how do Autopilot got the better of me... USB controller, huh.

You'll need to move pictures, videos etc, if there are any, manually. You are welcome to come back to us with more information for more specific advice. Buy the adapter I linked above and use it to connect the CTX drive to your newer computer with the USB cable.You then should be able to access all the files Look for an IDE / SATA to USB adaptor.

Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. I'm going to look into that, perhaps scavenge something."Forget using USB with the Win95 machine. None of our business anyway, and in principle you're right of course.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - New one to me, if I understand right... Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.

The backup location can be an external hard drive, a USB drive (provided you have Windows 95 drivers for it, of course), floppy discs, or a network location. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - (NT) (NT) I'm Lazy: I Vote for USB Storage Device of Suff.Size! Your Null Modem Cable must be connected directly to each of the computers you are connecting, which means no other serial devices can be connected to either computer.