I've been trying for about the past week to get the files transferred over via a network between my two computers using a crossover cable but everytime I run the files and settings transfer wizard on my old computer and tell it to use the network, it comes back saying that it can't find my new computer. I think that both computers are connected cuz the 1394 connection on both says they are connected together, but the local area connection says the cable isn't plugged in on the new computer, and it connects for all of 2-5 seconds on the old computer before it disconnects again. I tried rerunning the wizard several times to see if it would fix the problem, disabling and reenabling the lan and 1394 connections, turning the windows firewall on and off, restarting both computers, attempting to update the lan driver in my old computer (I couldn't get it to work cuz unless I disable the lan connection I can't access anything online), and checking to make sure the cable was in the right port on both computers and all the way in. What should I do now to fix this? Should I just give up on getting this to work and try using my external hard drive to transfer the files? Is there any other way that I'd be able to do this without imaging the whole drive over? Any help would be greatly appreciated.