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how would my laptop show up on my main computer? Would it be displayed as a removable device? and is this cable a USB?
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or map networkdrive if behind a router.. google it
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yeah its possible, although I don't know the exact details of how to do it. its my bro who is the comp guy in our family.

i do know though, that he has all the comps in our house set up on a network (using a programme called Network Magic) and i could connect to the files on our PC through my laptop using our wireless internet. it was simply a copy and paste job then.
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You can use a simpe USB to USB cable, your laptop will show up as a removeable drive, probably D or E, then copy and paste files across. Ethernet will be faster though if you have one?
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how would my laptop show up on my main computer? Would it be displayed as a removable device? and is this cable a USB?

Assuming you have XP you don't need to worry about that, you just gotta run the "file transfer wizard" which is in control panel somewhere. You're after a 10base-t or 100base-t (faster) ethernet crossover cable http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethernet_crossover_cable