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lovefrank4

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#11215 10-Jan-2007 06:43
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hallo guys,
               i was wondering if its possible 2 have a wireless connections between two laptops and use it as networking and use interent and play games without having a wireless router
some one plz answer and help if its possible thx in advanced.


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  #57432 10-Jan-2007 08:35
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yes its possible. its called "ad-hoc" mode. I have never actually used it - its all settings in your wireless cards. Try googling "set up an ad-hoc wifi network"







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  #57546 11-Jan-2007 01:34
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thats great thank you very much for this

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