First, let me say that I'm pretty much computer illiterate, and need some help. I have some important photos stored in the memory of my old, Windows 95, computer, that I'd very much like to "retrieve" and have prints made (the photos are of my dog, which passed away yesterday). It doesn't have a CD burner... the CD drive doesn't work at all... one of the reasons we replaced it. It only has the capability to download to those obsolete discs). My current computer, Compaq Presario, does have CD burn capabilities and runs on Windows XP Home. I also have a IBM Think Pad laptop operating on XP Business. My daughter suggested hooking the old computer up to my DSL connection and e-mailing them to her. Then after putting this newer computer back on the DSL modem, she'd e-mail them back to me. Once I have them in THIS computer, I'm home free. Problem is, I'm not sure if that older Windows 95 will work on my DSL connection (which I did not have when using that old computer... I was still on dial-up back then). I don't have a clue as to how to set up a home "network" and transfer data from one directly to another. Is there an easy way for a computer imbecile like myself to do this, or should I try to find someone local who knows what they're doing?