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#252190 10/12/07 09:27 AM
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We have set up four new computers and are trying to transfer files with F.A.S.T. It is taking forever. One file actually said it would take 57 hours to complete. With the file and transfer settings (F.A.S.T.) it defaults thru a serial port, can it be set to use ethernet connection with a cross over cable between the two computers? Thanks for your help

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If using just 2 computers, yes you can use a cross over cable & transfer files.

If using more than 2 you'll need a hub.

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#252192 10/12/07 03:11 PM
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Thanks Dave, I will pass this on. We are going to try to finish this on Monday.

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Put in a gigabit card on each machine. Huge difference. If its that much data, might want to just slave the drive in on one machine and copy and paste from one drive to the other.


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