Whilst I know the answer is wired cable, I don't know if that can be speeded up by connecting to a 1GB network switch or any other way the transfer speeds could be increased. downloading files to the computer seems to take forever.
The answer is not to wait for them - a watched pot never boils. Copying to a USB drive can be set up and left to get on with it. The drive can then be moved to the PC in next to no time ("sneakernet") and read directly. This involves no waiting, it just requires planning ahead.downloading files to the computer seems to take forever.
I did and it did not break the bank either. this one http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000N99BBC?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o08_s00But if you are going to buy a switch anyway, you might as well get a GB one.
And just what exactly is the problem with mb/S? Why does it matter so much? Yes I do know that it is not strictly correct, but in the context of this thread, it is totally unambiguous and doesn't warrant comment here. And why did you not correct my 1GB?Your capitalisation is all wrong - mb/S should be Mb/s (and yes, it does matter).
Pretty much the one I was thinking of, but I found one for £12.99mihad said:I did and it did not break the bank either. this one
I know thatMillibits per Seimens?
But it was not in reference material, but in general chatter. As I admit I was wrong in saying GB in post4 and 1GB in post#7 instead of 1Gb/s, then may I point our that prpr was also incorrect in using GB in post #3, so there, We can't all be perfect.Of course it matters, when presented as reference material rather than general chatter.
Because it is technically wrong, as you well know. Ask the folks who crashed that lander on Mars about confusion over units.And just what exactly is the problem with mb/S?
Yes, I admit I blindly used the incorrect terminology of the previous poster. Very sloppy. I'll fix it.may I point our that prpr was also incorrect in using GB in post #3, so there, We can't all be perfect.
Indeed.Unless I am much mistaken, prpr was commenting on the stuff referred to in the wiki - if that ain't supposed to be reference material, what is it?