I have a lot of data (about 12GB) on my work laptop that I would like to transfer onto my home PC that is running Windows 2000. I want to know how to transfer this data via USB rather than transfer it via CD-RW.
Looks like everyone missed your USB reference ;)
First thing you need is a USB data transfer lead. These can be obtained quite cheaply on the internet:
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