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I have over 40 gig of mp3 files on my pc that I must transfer to my g5. I do not have an ethernet card on my pc. How can I transfer these files?
Any and all suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Tank you for your help.
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if the pc has a firewire port you should be able to link them like that. i dont know if you can connect through usb. other wise your stuck burning cds. the cost and time of burning 40 gigs would probably make it worth your while to just go out and pick up a 15 dollar nic for the pc and link them that way.

I hope those are all legal mp3's
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no fire wire
would it be better to buy an ethernet card or fire wire?
of course they are legal, I have been collecting music all of my 52 years. That is a lot of songs.
Thank you for your help
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I would go ethernet its cheaper for the card and its easier to configure for the transfer
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thanks for your advice
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