Lab LINK :)

Hi...  I just bought a lablink..... can anyone tells me HOW TO USE IT?

all what i know is that the lab link is used to transfare data from computer to computer usin two pararl ports.... but i wanttoknow... what EXACTLY to do to copy files from computer to another using the lablink.

bye,
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ApparatusCommented:
This is a standard cable to transfer data. You can do this with a program called Direct Cable Communication that comes with Windows 95/98. If it's not installed go to the control panel, click add/remove programs, click the Windows Setup tab, double-click on Communications in the menu, and make sure Direct Cable Connection is checked. Very simple to use.
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jetxCommented:
I personally like to use the Interlink software which runs on dos.

Please contact me for the files.

here's my email address:
jbuan@Home.com

NOTE: Any future request please. Put in the subject "LAPLINK FILES - interlink"
and I will send you the files plus the instruction on how to configure it. Also, visit http://telanis.dhs.org/ regularly. I will make some documentations on how to use this.
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ApparatusCommented:
Sending the files would be piracy. Please, none of that here.
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jetxCommented:
I'm sorry but this is a freeware program.
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ApparatusCommented:
Laplink is NOT freeware.
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jetxCommented:
Apparatus,

Excuse me? The "LAPLINK" im talking about is a cable that is used to connect a laptop and a desktop.

Now, If you got nothing better to say. Shut up and flame somewhere else.
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jetxCommented:
FYI the software that im taking about is freeware. I used "LAPLINK" just to make the emails that is coming to me more managable so I can filter them to another folder.
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jetxCommented:
FYI the software that im taking about is freeware. I used "LAPLINK" just to make the emails that is coming to me more managable so I can filter them to another folder.
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