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My wireless router is several rooms away, but my signal is ver strong. I have read help of how people connect their Xbox 360 to their PC or Laptop with an ethernet cable and used their computer's wireless internet to connect their Xbox. Unfortunately they were all for Windows XP and no help was offered for Vista and there are alightly different internet settings on vista and not all of the options given in the help are offered nor as simple as in XP. I can do all the things it tells me to like enable other computers to share the wireless internet network but everytime i do and plug in the ethernet cable to my Xbox it either says there is an IP address conflict. If anyone can help me figure this out it would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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