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My Poor friend is STUCK on a DIAL-UP Modem.. I know you are sighing for him just reading this.. problem is he has two computers and I am trying to find a SHAREWARE or FREEWARE or at least an inexpensive software program to enable him to share his ONE dial up connection between his two computers, I did this years ago for a Internet Cafe but I cannot remember the software I used at the time..... Any idea???
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Windows XP (as does Windows 98SE and maybe ME) has built-in support for this as standard. Just run (under XP), the Network Setup Wizard.
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