I normally FTP without any problems but this time I FTPed using my motherboard's (ASUS P5GDC Deluxe) built-in ethernet card using FlashFXP and it doesn't work! Someone please help! I did the following: _____________________________________________________________________ # 1) Use a crossover cable and connect your xbox to your computer's ethernet card port and open your xbox # 2) Go to Control Panel # 3) Disable the firewall (if any) # 4) Click on "Network Connections" # 5) Right click on the LAN Connection and choose properties # 6) A window will open, on the "General" Tab, make sure that "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" is checked # 7) Highlight "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and click on properties # 8) Select "Use the following IP Adress" # 9) On "IP Adress:" type in 192.168.0.1 # 10) On "Subnet Mask:" it should automatically be 255.255.255.0 # 11) On "Default Gateway:" it should only have three dots. # 12) Click "Ok" on the "Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties" window # 13) Click "Ok" on the "Local Area Connection Properties" window # 14) Make sure every window is closed # 15) Open the program called "FlashFXP" (other programs such as SmartFTP, or even Internet Explorer can be used to do this but those methods are unknown to me) # 16) Click the thunder icon and select quick connect (or press F8) # 17) Do not mess around with tabs other than the "General" Tab # 18) On "Server or Url:" type in 192.168.0.100 # 19) On "User Name:" type in xbox # 20) On "Password" type in xbox # 21) Click "Ok" on the "Quick Connect" window _____________________________________________________________________ ...and still, nothing works!!!! The PC says it is connected to the xbox and the xbox says that it is connected to the PC! What's going wrong?! By the way, I AM using a crossover cable and not an ethernet one!