i have Harddisk want enable to cloud/internet

Hi I have multiple hardisk USB.. I want to access my harddisk remotely.. so that I can upload the data and download the data..

is it any software or configuration.. which can do and enable from XP machine..

I have a broadband connection...no fixed IP

Thanks
bsarahimAsked:
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theSAPPHIRECommented:
Download TEAMVEIWER from www.teamviewer.com

Will give you access remotely from anywhere in the world..

when you install it, just pick PERSONAL/NON COMMERCIAL use when installing and it is free.

Skip the registration or account creation part...

install TEAMVIEWER on any computer anywhere to access it..

Teamviewer creates a LOGIN ID with the program and creates a simple 4 number password that changes each time your computer starts, but you can give it a permanent password in Teamviewer so you won't have to worry what the "changing" one is.. and allow you to connect anytime

you can even download teamviewer for your iphone or android phone to connect to your desktop from your phone.

Very cool program

have fun

-sapphire
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bsarahimAuthor Commented:
im sorry im not looking for remote access..i want to connect as USB drives in my laptop and use where every i go..

Note: all my usb drives are connected windows XP Desktop

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rindiCommented:
Just take the disks with you and access them directly by attaching them to the laptop's USB ports. Otherwise the teamviewer mentioned above is a very good option. When you start the app you can choose "File-Transfer", and then you can copy files from your Laptop to the USB drives (or any local drive) attached to your PC at home, or the other way round.
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pr_mod2002Commented:
please try this
https://www.dropbox.com/

thanks
pramod
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bsarahimAuthor Commented:
sorry not other options Pls.. a s/w which can connect my usb drives and map to letter drive
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rindiCommented:
Also for that you can use the teamviewer. It has a "VPN" option. Using that you should be able to map the drive to a letter provided you have shared it on your home PC. But be aware that this isn't practical and on a DSL connection it'll be slow. It would probably be much easier to use the File Transfer option of the TeamViewer.
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xtreminatorDIYerCommented:
You can use dyndns service for DHCP (not fixed IP) based broadband.

Please check below link, it will clear better

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bI52nF1BRNo
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theSAPPHIRECommented:
bsarahim, how do you connect to your XP desktop from your Laptop? Now?

-sapphire
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bsarahimAuthor Commented:
hI sapphire..

Still I dont connect the XP Desktop.. I need only the harddisk data which can be mapped..

looking a third party software not to connect to the interface, just a harddisk.. similar to a filecould concept and Similar WD harddisk has the NAS Capacbailty, you can access any where your data...

SO i have xp harddisk.. I want to make it as a could..so that I can upload and download the data.. thanks...






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rindiCommented:
You would need a NAS for that. If you don't have a NAS teamviewer is the easiest you can do. USB is a "dumb" connection. The PC the USB disk is connected to is what manages the disk. You can't install software and run it directly on that harddisk without a PC.
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theSAPPHIRECommented:
Hi Bsarahim;

What is the model number and name of your external drive please

thank you

-sapphire
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