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Topic # 6214 7-Jan-2006 02:34
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Hi guys, I have been reading through some of your articles. (Great site!) However, I'm having problems sharing my internet from wireless connection. (Windows XP) I have a Tungsten T5 and have synct fine etc. I have followed your bluetooth guide but still it wont let me access any web pages. The bluetooth connection is successful but I get the 'Cannot find requested page sign. I do notice that I have a later edition of Palm OS than the one in your guide but it is virtually the same. I have shared my wireless connection on my laptop'c network connection and allowed others to use my laptop for the internet but I'n now just going round in circles. Please can someone help!

Thanks in anticipation!


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  Reply # 26660 18-Jan-2006 08:13
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Hello Mitchell - this post seems to have fallen through the cracks. Check this discussion to see if anything there applies to your case. Post back here if is a different situation.

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  Reply # 26716 18-Jan-2006 23:54
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hi there, thanks for posting. I placed another post in the bluetooth section which you very kindly helped my on. I forgot that I had placed this here so everything is fine and working great now.


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