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zergdeath1

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I am trying to enable ICS for my computer (XP Media Edition). But Whenever I try to enable ICS on my LAN connection it tells me that There is an IP conflict. My internet is coming in through a wireless adapter through a USB port. It is a Netgear thing using netgears utility. I tried to switch the routers preferances to assign my computer a differant IP, which allowed me to enable ICS but Whenever I turned on ICS it closed my connection. I also assined my computer a static IP differant than the 192.168.0.1 that windows needs but it doesn't work.

Here is all the data that I have on my computers internet info: www.members.lycos.co.uk/zergdeath1/data.bmp

Does anyone know what I should do to Enable ICS?
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Um, if you have a router and a broadband connection, why are you using ICS? Wouldn't it be far easier just to use the router - plug the machines into that - and let the router handle the internet traffic?
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My computer is hooke up through wireless
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