A transfer status screen will pop up to show you the status of your infrared file transfer. If it is going to take more than a few seconds, an estimate time will appear.

When the infrared transfer is done, Windows on the recipient computer (which is the PC in this case) will automatically put the file in the "My Received Files" directory.  If this directory is not there, Windows will automatically creates it for you !

Demo complete.

How much time does this entire operation take ?
Only a few seconds for a small file.

And what if the file size is larger than 1.44 MB ?
No problem.  The file size can be as large as your hard drive can accommodate.  It is not limited to any media capacity.

How do you copy a file from a notebook to a PC now ?

1. Locate a floppy disk that is free of any possible virus infection.
2. Find out the size of the file that you want to transfer over.
3. Make sure that the floppy disk has enough free space to accommodate the file.

     If there is not enough space, you would need to free up the space by either deleting some files on the floppy or move those files to somewhere else on the hard drive and worry about it later.
4. Copy the file from the notebook's HD to the floppy assuming that the floppy
    drive is already connected and you didn't have to shut down the notebook to
    hook up your floppy drive.
5. Take the floppy disk out and stick it to the PC's floppy drive.
6. Activate Windows Explorer here again on your PC to copy the file over.

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