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Old 09-13-2007, 03:24 PM   #11
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Default Re: Connecting Two Computers Via USB For Filesharing/Networking?? HELP!!

Hm try connecting it, then when you get that new network connection, try to look for settings about sharing or network setup?
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Default Re: Connecting Two Computers Via USB For Filesharing/Networking?? HELP!!

yeah you might need to use an ethernet cable to network eachother but it might be a bit slower in transfer.
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Default Re: Connecting Two Computers Via USB For Filesharing/Networking?? HELP!!

I've used a USB NIC before, but that was Ethernet to USB.

Get gigabit lan if you crave speed, it's awesome.
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