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Sir/Madam, We are having 2 systems with windows as operating system. We need your help for transferring data from USB to USB Port. plese give max. possible ways. Thanking You, Appala Raju

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Hi all,
I’m the first time to reply message here, If there is any mistake, please put me right. :p

1. usb wireless adapter to usb wireless adapter.
2. usb cable connected physically. (But there are limited by length)

Thanks & regards,

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You can use  USB data transfer cable (also called USB data link cable, easy
cable).Communication speed much faster than using WinSock(TCP/IP) over
USB or serial port over USB. USB2.0 communication speed is 480Mbps,
effective data communication speeds greater than 100Mbps, USB3.0
communication speed is 5Gbps, effective data communication speeds
greater than 1Gbps

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  • Whitecap
    USB does not support peer to peer connectivity, unlike the traditional serial port which can work using products such as Laplink. You would better off using a crossover cable on the ethernet ports, use a network hub/switch, backing up your data to a cd(r)or using any other removable media.
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  • Amitrajit
    The previous answer is right on target. But why only USB? If both have Ethernet ports, make them part of same workgroup, connect them by a cat5 cable and then start transferring.
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  • Cookie20
    As to "peer to peer connection via usb not supported: http://www.trianglecables.com/usb2-link.html, and if both PC'c have network adapters crossover cable the simplest solution
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  • RONYDOU693
    u can use Laplink USB cable using its software to transfer data
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  • MithunMCSE
    Hi guys.. although i have not tried it out... but i think u can connect 2 comps using USB..... http://www.mycableshop.com/techarticles/connecting2computers.htm ... pls check out this site..... also check out http://www.wown.com/j_helmig/usbmain.htm as it gives u the details.... if at all u try let me know if it work.. Thx Best regards Mithun
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  • Mrcyborg
    The simplest solution is to transfer data over the network, however if you want to preserve security it may be better to do a back and then restore to the second server.
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  • Mrcyborg
    The simplest solution is to transfer data over the network, however if you want to preserve security it may be better to do a back and then restore to the second server.
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  • Darthzakkie
    USB to USB Networking is not as easy as it sounds at the moment, Unfortunately.. However, there is a place that has it all.. here ya go.. hope it helps.. http://lpt.usbfireinfo.com/index.htm
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