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MacBook Pro - Help With File Sharing And The New 13.3" Macbook Pro


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I need help with how to file share between my PC and MAC. Just bought the new macbook pro yesterday and I just wanna transfer all my files from my PC to my mac. The OS is 10.5.7
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Share a folder on your PC and note the IP adress of your PC.

Then click on the Finder. Press the CMD + K button.

Type: smb://the.ip.adress

and you should get a window up with the available shares. You might have to enter your username and password for your PC.

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NOTE: Not a Notebook Hardware issue. Moving to networking forum.

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