How to Make a USB Transfer Cable
Computer files don't need to be stuck on one computer; a user an easily transfer them to another machine. A simple and straightforward way of doing this is my making a USB transfer cable, which allows the computers to pass information back and forth. You'll simply need either one or a couple of cords to span the width between the computers.
Things You'll Need
- USB cables (2 male ends)
- USB adapter (female to female)
One USB Cord
Position your computers so that the USB cord will be able to reach both computer at the same time.
Plug one end of the USB cord into the USB port on your computer. USB ports are typically found on the front of a desktop's CPU tower or on the side of a laptop.
Plug the remaining end of the USB cord into the other computer. The USB cord will now act as a transfer cable.
Two USB Cords
Plug one end of a USB cord into the USB port of your computer.
Plug the other end of the cord into the USB adapter that contains two female sides.
Insert one end of the remaining USB cable into the remaining end of the USB adapter.
Insert the remaining end of the second USB cable into the USB port of your computer.