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About the EasyLI Done!™ Series Tutorials

All EasyLI Done!™ Series Tutorials are designed to accomplish specific tasks on a step-by-step basis!
From connecting two computers together to share files using a crossover cable to setting up a secured wireless network connection, these online tutorials are extremely easy to follow. View free networking information here. All tutorials on this site were put together with the novice user (beginner) in mind. Crossover cables make connecting computers together an easy task. Learn how to connect two computers together, by following the steps in the tutorial below.
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Did you know? Connecting two computers together using a crossover cable is the fastest and safest method of transfering your files and data from one computer to another via cable. Data transfer through a direct crossover cable connection between two computers cannot be intercepted like wireless signals can. If you have a lot of music, pictures or large files that you want to transfer to (or share with) another computer, then using a crossover cable is an excellent alternative to using floppy disks or cds.

Did you know? Using a crossover cable is the easiest and lowest cost method of home networking. Easily connect two computers together by means of a single crossover cable.

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Connecting Two Windows XP Computers Together using a Crossover Cable to Transfer or Share Files Between them (page 1)

To connect two or more computers together using a Router and normal network cables, click here.
 
Basic Requirements (what you will need to complete this tutorial):
Two computers with a network card installed in each one of them

1 Crossover cable (usually a yellow Category 5 (CAT5) cable).
crossover cable connect two computers connect two computers using a crossover cable
Note: A normal CAT5 network cable will NOT work with this scenario, it must be a crossover cable.

 
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