If you need to transfer files between two computers the cheapest solution is to use interlnk.exe and intersvr.exe provided with your old dos 6.2. You can use them to transfer between DOS, Windows 95, and even Windows 98. See also:
Follow these steps
XCOPY F:\ C:\ /s /e
will copy the files and subdirectories from drive F: to drive C:
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