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I have Windows 7 Ultimate in a laptop which I use internet with my wireless connection I have another connection which is local area connection I set the default gateway my another laptop I want My another laptop to see internet via cable by the help of our friend now I found sharing tab in the wireless connection now please tell me what's wrong and why still I can't connect the cabled one to the internet? two laptops can ping each other because I set the local area connection tcp/ip Ip addresses in one class

laptop1 with no internet:
laptop2 with internet via wireless:

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Maybe I should set IP addresses automatically let me try! – Nickool Jan 24 '12 at 11:55
I don't know what should i do now.I tried to set IP automatically but I don't know why for ICS in the help it should be automatic then how another laptop will connect without using gateway it is weird – Nickool Jan 24 '12 at 12:16
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You're looking at the wrong screen, you need to go to Change Adapter Settings in the sidebar and right click your adapter.

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Thank you! I will try it – Nickool Jan 24 '12 at 11:01
I went to wireless in the part you told me and in sharing I set the network as local area connection but still it can't see the internet – Nickool Jan 24 '12 at 11:19
I found the problem it was from XP which had remote access I was mistakenly set default gateway on the local which was incorrect I should set it in the 1394 connection hurrraaaaay:) – Nickool Jan 24 '12 at 15:16

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