I have a laptop (Toshiba Satellite) that is pretty messed up. The person this belongs too already replaced it with a new machine. My job is to transfer all her data from this machine to disk so that I can transfer it to her. She doesn't want to lose any data (understandably so).
Any operation I attempted (i.e., double clicking on any folder icon, like My Documents, My Computer, etc) resulted in a complete crash. The only good news is that I can actually start and navigate around using the command line. Also, I can access the internet.
I have a network, so if I can map the drives I can get this thing figured out (hopefully). Also, I tried a USB drive but I couldn't figure out how to access it from the command line.
Two questions (I need to use the command line for these): How would I go about accessing the USB drive and how can I map the shared drives on my network so that I may
cd to that directory for use of the
EDIT - sorry, yes, Windows XP Media Edition.