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transfering files from one pc to another


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#1 bomkata

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Posted 08 December 2009 - 11:46 PM

i did not know where to post this and i cannot find it.


i want to make my pc a server or use a ftp program or something i don't care what it is just as long as it is kinda easy to use.


i need to transfer a lot of high mb files to my sisters pc. i can remote into her pc via log me in but cannot transer the fies that way so i figured i would get a ftp server adn client program.

i cannot figure out how to use them or how to set them up.. any help you guys can give me would be great. please nothing to complicated my head will explode i have been working on this for 3 days and im on some strong pain killers cuase i broke my leg in 4 places B).


again thank you so much for your quick and helpful in...


ps the one program i got was FileZilla Server Interface and i installed the client on her pc but it wont connect, i also have fireftp which i dont know how to set up and the directions are not clear. :huh: :huh: :huh: :huh:

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#2 ReviverSoft

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 06:50 PM

If you have both PCs at the same location, you can make use of a CROSSOVER CABLE.

This looks like an ordinary Ethernet cable but has interchanged wiring to allow exchange of data in such cases.
You simply ask for a crossover cable at your computer store.


Make sure both PCs have an Ethernet port for this to work.

Now simply link the Ethernet ports on both PCs using the crossover cable.

Note that both PCs need to have the same workgroup name "My Network Places" and that they have different computer names.
Also make sure, your PC can be accessed by other computers.

All you have to do now, is look for your computer(computer name) through "My Network Places" on your sister's PC and your now connected to it. You can access the content your sharing on your PC and copy them to your sister's hard disk.

You'll find plenty of tutorial/guides on how to set up two PCs for transferring files using a crossover cable.

Edited by ReviverSoft, 09 December 2009 - 06:53 PM.

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