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Using a laptop as a LAN line router

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I want to use my laptop's wireless for my xbox, the only problem it all the online help is for XP and there is no support for Vista, i tried going to xbox, but microsoft is a racket and they only give you the option to buy the wireless adapter($100 can you believe it??!?). Anyway, i tried everything the XP help told me to do but there are two TC/ICP drivers in the list of options and it just throws everything off. I tried using an ad-hoc network but that failed mostly because I am not very tech savvy. IF anyone is familiar with the wireless properties of Vista and can just give me the steps involved in re-routing my laptop's wireless to a land line that would be excellent. The xbox automatically detects IP address and the such but I dont know how to get the wireless and land line tied together. Any help us much appreciated! Thanks in advance!

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