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Trouble sharing Internet (fixed, disregard this post)

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I'm having trouble sharing my Internet connection through AOL Broadband. I can connect to the Internet when I plug the modem directly to my computer but not when I try to run it through my router. It isn't a problem with my router because the router is compatible with AOL and I even went out and bought a new router out of desperation. (Linksys WRT54G)

I was browsing through the device manager and saw that the WAN Miniport (atw) driver had a yellow exclamation mark and I found out that it is an important AOL driver. I tried uninstalling and reinstalling AOL to see if that would fix the driver but it didn't work.

Is this driver the cause of my troubles?
If so how would I go about fixing it? :tazz:

Hope you guys can help! :)

Edited by Coolmjs, 07 December 2005 - 08:17 PM.

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