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Tripp Lite USB 2.0 Hi-Speed Windows / Mac File Transfer Cable (A M/M) 6-ft. (U233-006-MP-R)
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- Bi-directional data transfer between two computers or different operating systems for premier file and data sharing.
- Simple USB 2.0 Plug-n-Play functionality with fast transfer rate of up to 16MB/second.
- Fast transfer rate of up to 16MB/second with no file size or media capacity limitations such as those found with external media cards.
- No file size or media capacity limitations such as those found with external media cards.
- EasySuite or EasyMacCopy software program loads automatically.
- Simple USB2.0 Plug-n-Play functionality.
- Bi-directional data transfer between two computers or different operating systems:
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The tech support guy said he'd leave my ticket open and search for a solution and get back to me but of course he did not.
Be very careful. The cable has embedded software and it may or may not be the same software that is advertised. And it may or may not work on your computer.
I would have been better off buying a $20 lotto ticket than this piece of garbage.
I highly recommend this to anyone that needs to back up or transfer files, regardless of their size.
Once transfer cables are attached to USB ports, and both computers are on, both computers need to be running GO! Bridge.app, which is within the GO! Bridge Suite icon, which is displayed when the cable is plugged into the USB port. Either Open Go! Bridge from finder, or double click to raise an image of the screen saver for the remote computer. Possibly, you may need to create New Folder when running GO! Bridge to have the screen saver of the remote computer displayed. Sometimes only a rolling candy can bar is displayed on the remote computer -- you can move files to that computer, but not from that computer until you have display which shows the remote computer's screen saver.
Not only is the remote computer's screen saver displayed, but four folders are displayed (1) desktop, (2) document (3) music (4) pictures. Either of these folders can be accessed and files placed in these folders. The easiest method is to simply copy a file to the desktop of the remote computer. It can be done.
The automatically displayed folder called VirtualLink apparently has no function for the Mac users.
If we were able to get WiFi working, this procedure would not be necessary. The MacIntosh utility Migration Assistant offers tactics other than this cable to transfer files from one Mac to another.
The software runs entirely off the device itself; no programs are ever installed on the PCs. However, because of this it does take a few seconds for the software to load each time you plug it in. The simple file sharing tool (Go! Bridge) isn't a side-by-side explorer view--it just shows the remote PC's files where you can drag and drop files to/from Simple and functional. The Folder Sync tool has 3 options for copying files between the two PCs. It works good but will not sync file deletion actions. Also a progress meter would be nice. The internet sharing is kinda cool--the USB device switches to network mode for this and back when you're done. I have no plans to try the Outlook Sync tool.
Documentation is pretty scant, but the software is intuitive enough that you can figure everything out for yourself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Excellent product and service. I would definitely buy another one and keep it as a back up.Published 16 months ago by SD CA
The accompanying paperwork did not match the program in the machine. I did not know whether I had an outdated version or the directions were for a different model. Read morePublished on August 24, 2013 by Amazon Customer