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Windows XP Sharing Internet Connection To Eee PC Over WLAN
baila0 says: 7 years ago THANKS A LOT! admin Oct 12th 2010 Thanks Marcello. Therefore, check if your Asus computer has a working wireless network card before you are going to transform it into a WiFi hotspot or wireless router.Most laptops and only parts of Connect other Computers to your new Ad Hoc Wireless Network To connect each other laptop computer to the newly created ad hoc mode wireless network, do the following: 1. http://winnthosting.com/windows-xp/internet-connection-sharing-xp.html
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Fahim says: 5 years ago GREAT! I went into my local area connection/ properties/ authentication and I noticed there is a box Enable IEEE which is checked/enabled. Great solution to my WiFi problem! Worked just like it was written!!!!
Not Win XP. ;) Charles Hunja says: 6 years ago Thanks. SeanR says: 6 years ago Hi. Wiggy says: 7 years ago So simple…Worked perfectly! http://newwikipost.org/topic/5ZgHjAIvkNhQixMfk6z6zDWvI9peHo2T/Windows-7-Sharing-internet-connection-glitch.html This worked perfect!!!
cozz says: 8 years ago Thanks so much! This fixed the problem in 5 seconds. thanks once again…. After I unchecked the "Enable IEEE 802.1x authentication for this network" box, my internet speed also increased.
sugar says: 7 years ago Thanks!! chirurgaz says: 7 years ago Thanks. Drake Walker says: 7 years ago Thanks for posting this! Dee says: 6 years ago Thank you, thank you for "the gift that keeps on giving." After two phone calls to help desks, multiple searches online, and at least 20 hours
If it does, just configure a connection with your APN and dialup number, which is usually *99# with no username nor password. this contact form So far that has worked very well. Not for myself but for my Dads laptop. With 19 years' experience in software development, Amit has authored several popular Google Add-ons that are deployed in some of the biggest companies and universities worldwide with over 250,000 installations.
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Please try the request again. Guy from PR says: 6 years ago Great help. Unfortunately when I create the wifi connection etc.. have a peek here Report abhi- Jun 2, 2009 at 04:18 PM netsh I i reset resetlog.txt use this command to reset tcp/ip Helpful +2 Report Yami Mar 30, 2010 at 08:39 PM I fixed
If it works, then you could try to share this new Dial up connection. My boss was breathing down my neck about his computer not connecting to the wireless network! Thank you!
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Kappa says: 6 years ago Much appreciated. Now, my house guest will be able to do the same. I was able to connect to my wireless network by following your instructions! joel says: 6 years ago Thank you.
Gadget says: 6 years ago Many thanks. No. It works. Check This Out I have this already checked, but it didn't work for me.
emily says: 6 years ago Thank you so much!! Thanks so much for sharing this valuable information :-) Thanks Sai CreativeYankee says: 5 years ago Excellent. You didn't create the bug yourself to get all this adulation, did you?!! RF says: 7 years ago I don't even like to post things on sites that require registration because I just feel like a tool when I do.
Here's what I was facing!!!!!..... gplkr says: 7 years ago this post was very useful. You saved me a huge huge headache!! admin Oct 12th 2010 Well, a WiFi card CANNOT be connected via RJ45 since WiFi is wireless and RJ45 is wired… I think I have understood what you want to achieve,
Thank you! Thanks! It's particularly aggravating because the "certificate" message pops up seemingly randomly anywhere from every 10 or 15 seconds to 15 or 20 minutes. www.atheros.cz Helpful +12 Report OhBrother Feb 22, 2009 at 05:36 AM I have the same problem, except that it is on my asus eee pc 701.
Even my company IT Support department was stumped. now after using your solution. DW says: 7 years ago Thank you worked perfectly : ) Carl says: 7 years ago WOW thank you so much! I really didn't want to have to call Linksys so they could remote connect to my computer and just poke around on my PC, get into my files, and change settings
Evelyn says: 7 years ago Thanks so much!!! Pete W.