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HI,
        I have dell 2950 qudra core.

Vmware esx 3i was installed in it.
I installed RHEL5 as guest os.
now i want to transfer some data from my pen drive to the os (RHEL5)
but i dont know how to use the pen drive in vmware esx 3i. there is a step to use cdrom and floppy but pen drive i dont have any idea .

any help will be helpful
thanks in advance
jatender
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You cannot use your pen drive inside your guest OS. Try to access your pen drive over the network.
Or copy the data you want to transfer into a iso file. Mount this iso as CDROM.

There are some tools for USB via Network available for Windows. Maybe there is something like this for your OS.
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