I have an old Windows 95 computer (pre-USB) and I'm unable to add Ethernet support to it. I have a lot of old files on it that I need to transfer to a newer computer for backup. Some of them were small enough for me to store on floppy disks but there's still a lot of relatively large files that I need to transfer. I tried removing the hard drive and directly reading it through an adapter on the new computer but the hard drive was compressed using drive space and is unreadable on the newer OS's. \r\n\r\nThe only way I can think of now to transfer the files is over some kind of dial-up networking between the two computers. Is that even possible though? The newer computer does have a USB dialup modem but I don't know how to get the two computers to talk to each other to transfer files.