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# 33119 30-Apr-2009 09:56
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I have a mate who is trying to run a second PC through his T Stick. Setup is one PC connected to the web on the T Stick and now he wants to add another PC through the current PC. He is running Vista on both. Anyone know how to do this? I have had a search through the forums as I thought I had seen this question before but no luck.

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  # 210817 30-Apr-2009 10:03
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Vista should have an internet connection sharing component somewhere. Are the machines already networked? Try sharing the TStick connection in the network settings in Control Panel.







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  # 210851 30-Apr-2009 10:55
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You should be able to follow these instructions?

 
 
 
 




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  # 210878 30-Apr-2009 12:46
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Great, my mate has it sorted. Thanks guys.

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  # 210879 30-Apr-2009 12:48
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It would be helpful for future readers to say what actually worked....









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  # 210880 30-Apr-2009 12:51
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The instructions from Zocster led him to the solution apparently, looks like he wasnt networked between PC's.

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  # 210881 30-Apr-2009 12:52
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Fantastic - thanks.







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  # 213709 9-May-2009 18:10
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Cant you just get a special ethernet cable and bridge the ethernet and t-stick connections in the network centre thing?




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