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No ICS on my WLAN

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I've been trying to set up ICS on my laptop with my Wireless Connection 2. Now when i go into my wireless connection Start>Control Panel>Network Connections> Right click on Wireless Network Connection 2> Properties> Advanced "Tab", There is no option to select ICS. The ICS section is not even there. Normally it is right below the Windows Firewall Section but its not. Is there something I'm missing? My wireless network card is a Broadcom 802.11b/g WLAN. I've even tried going Through New connection Wizard and setting up my wireless to be the Host computer that connects directly to the internet and have other computers connect to this one. But when i attempts to configure it, It states that it cannot complete the New connection
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