|"You can download files from 1 Ext. HDD to other Ext. HDD or Thumb Drive DirectlyInstantlysimultaneously ?,, Please confirm !"|
Yes. I move data amongst the external USB's (a 160GB WD, a 320GB WD, a 320GB Seagate, and a 1TB Seagate and various flash drives) with no problems. The external USB HDD's are all connected to the added 4-port USB card (see below), but communicate with flash drives in any of the other (internal-USB) ports or each other.
"What is the computer you are using now ?"
From my "info" page:
T-R-A's System Specs
* Make: Via technologies, inc. Km266a-8237
* OS: Microsoft Windows XP Professional
* CPU/Ram: 1.792 GHz / 2031 MB
* Video Card: VIA/S3G UniChrome IGP
* Sound Card: C-Media AC97 Audio Device
Which translates to this:
Removed: the included 256MB of RAM and 52X CD-Rom drive. Added: 2GB PC3200 RAM, an additional 4-port USB card, and 2 internal DVD burners. For whatever reason I got a 1.8GHz Sempron CPU instead of the stated 1.5GHz (I didn't complain, obviously). Since I posted those specs, I've upgraded the OS to Win7 Home Premium in Nov. 2009 (though all external drives functioned fine under XP Pro SP2). It's run pretty much flawlessly since Feb. 2006.
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