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Local Area Connection broken

I have two computers. Computer1 had a working wireless connection. Computer2 had no connectivity.

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Trying to fix ICS

Trying to fix ICS is a great way to lose a week or so of time and still be nowhere closer to your goal. Just get a router and be done with it.

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It's part of the learning process.

I find that if ICS works, great. When it fails you need to claim you don't know a thing about it and get a router.
Bob

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