Transfer data from PC to Mac?


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The situation is this — there is a PC is iMac, wifi router the ASUS. How can I throw a PC on a Mac a large amount of data (about a couple of hundred gigabytes)?
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If you have the opportunity to get hard from PC through usb-sata(ide) adapter to connect to a Mac, this option will allow to rewrite once... and faster...
If there is no adapter (that the farm superfluous never happens) then definitely wire Ethernet Mac<->RS... to set up sharing and copy, I suggest to use something like SuperCopier for PC, will save a lot of time and nerves at the slightest failure...
Up via wifi penultimate version (the copy speed is significantly less than on a straight wire) and an extreme version of external hard (up 2 times)... Although controversial, slower wifi or external hard... what is MS?
And if in fact your question, you can connect both to a wifi network share on the Mac and copy from a PC through SuperCopier.
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If the PC is Linux connect the Mac via FireWire and boot it in Target mode Disk Mode. Mac primetrade system as a normal external drive (under Windows just won't work – by default it can neither read nor write HFS+ partitions, you need third-party utility, not always complimentary).
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Best external hard, Vifi 200 GB will be copied to week.
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1) external hard is the simplest solution
2) the Mac has a network input perturbation cord connection point-to-point (no router) will be faster. (for the router, they will need two)
rascher folder on Windows or the Mac — in the settings there is an icon "share"
3) alternatively, you can configure FTP
4) alternatively, you can raise the Samba.
I have seven Windows "sharing" is not zakonektitsya, but with XP everything was hunky-Dory.
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WiFi ideally gives 54 / 8 ~ 7 MB/s external drive gives more. I endured 90 GB via USB 1.1 to 2.0 external drive took about an hour.
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The fastest option is via Ethernet.
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Recording speed on an external USB screw will be on the order of 20-30 Mbytes/c (I used external hard drives WD and received output similar to this). In the case of a network cable, the speed will be slightly higher (there will be 2 bottlenecks — the speed of connection and speed of reading/writing to the hard drive — which will determine the time of recording.). Even in the case of 100Mb Ethernet speed will be more than via Wi-Fi.
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