Hi Ctm007, Wednesday, July 9, 2003, 3:32:06 AM, you wrote: C> Hi Guys, C> Remember some time back I announced that I had purchased a new C> computer and I wanted to transfer some files off the old computer C> to the new. I purchased a crossover cable and followed the steps C> and the transfer was never successful; the wizard kept trying to C> hook me up via serial ports and I had my crossover cable plugged C> into netcards. I gave up and collected my necessary files via email This is different; in this case, all you have to do is set up standard Windows networking, share one drive, and start dragging&dropping. If you get Windows networking to work, internet is likely to start working again on that computer. C> from computer #3. So, now I have plugged in the network cable (C5) C> off of the router and have tried many times to get the old computer C> to connect to Internet but it will not. The only change to the old C> computer from the days it did connect to the Internet is I used C> "netsetup.exe" on the old computer via 3.5" floppy and it must have C> installed a file that prohibits the connection to the Internet. My C> question is what file(s) did netsetup.exe put on the old computer? If you want/need to get internet working anyway, often the fastest way is to remove all of the networking stuff, restart, then add the networking/dialup stuff back in. --Scott. To unsubscribe from this list send an email to pcductape-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with 'unsubscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Web interface.