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Can't share large files, can't share large number of files

by silentassassin888 / September 13, 2007 1:08 PM PDT

I have 3 comps hooked up through a switch. I can't move files larger than 600 megs between computers or I get cyclic redundency, time out, and unable to find file errors. The same happens if I try to transfer more than about 2 gigs of files at one time. Normal moving works fine. The problem happens if I try to take or move files from another computer . I get more data through if I take files though. 2 comps on xp pro and 1 on xp home. I was wondering what might cause this prob and if I switched to a router it might help. Also, 1 xp pro is sharing the internet connection. Thanks

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A switch is not designed. . .
by Coryphaeus / September 13, 2007 11:03 PM PDT

for what you want to do, a router is. Get a router and remove the switch. A switch is only used behind a router for adding more computers.

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Thanks
by silentassassin888 / September 13, 2007 11:24 PM PDT

Guess you get what you pay for. Thanks

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