I have purchased a LapLink USB Network cable + software which claimed it had everything needed to share files & resources between my desktop (Dell Dimension W98) & my laptop (Toshiba Portege 7020CT W98 - but no CD-ROM drive) - it patently does not. The disk contained only the drivers. It appears I now have to make a further purchase of Laplink PCSync in order to complete the system. Is there any way I can use W98 system software or perhaps shareware to transfer data?
I previously used a parallel Direct Cable Connect setup quite successfully, it was just too slow. I only need to install new software occasionally & don't really need NICs.
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