Three questions - 1. I'm trying to transfer files on a hard drive from an old computer (like, 5 1/2" floppy old) to a new one. Problem is, there aren't any of the same connectors on the old PC that are on the new one. The old one has 2x 25-pin connectors (1 male, 1 female), a 15-pin connector, and a phone jack. Is it possible to set up a network, so to speak, using the phone cable as opposed to the typical ethernet cables? How the deuce do I do this? 2. I just built a new PC (said PC from question 1, actually), and my DVD-rom drive isn't showing up, and once in a while, my CD-RW drive won't show up - it won't get detected at startup, and won't be in My Computer. Again, it's always the DVD-ROM, and occasionally the CD-RW. The DVD drive had a green light once, but otherwise appears dead - possible it failed first time out, or was DOA? Is it incompatible with the Mobo? (ECS mobo, I have another one and it's perfect, and Lite-On drives, again, used them and they're great) Oh, and I checked and double-checked the IDE's, 4-pin power, etc. I switched IDE cables between my HD and DVD-ROM/CD-RW, and NOTHING got detected. Bad IDE cable perhaps? 3. My 512MB of RAM is showing up as 256MB. Any way to fix it short of RMA'ing it to newegg for a different stick? It's 1x512 Thanks a million guys. All the questions I've asked here before have been answered in like 5 minutes. You guys rock...TIA!