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Transfering Data from Mac To PC Via Crossover Cable


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Hi. So i haven't found an explanation for what i am trying to do that works for me, so hopefully someone can help me out.

I have a boatload of music on my mac (around 90 gigs) that I am looking to transfer to my PC. I just grabbed a cat6 crossover cable from Best Buy. I am running Windows XP and Mac OSX 10.4 (Tiger). So how do i get this to work? Again i only want to transfer files from my MAC to my PC, not vice versa.

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