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Couple days ago I purchased Asus ee pc from walmart. It has a so called ee file transferring protocol through wireless into a different ee netbook. Well I don't have two netbooks. So I heard that I can transfer file from my desktop to my netbook with crossover cable. The problem is even though the LAN connection is established, I don't see my netbook icon on my desktop.
I wonder where I did it wrong. Or is it not possible to transfer file with cross over cable?
Walmart also sell a special cable to transfer data from OS to OS but I'd like to save money and try this method first if it's possible.

Edited by Axelion, 18 October 2009 - 12:20 PM.

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