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There are fully written out instructions at the bottom!
THIS WORKS WITH ANYTHING THAT HAS AN ETHERNET PORT... I only used an Xbox, because I don't have a PS3, and the desktops around me we're being used...
OMG =.= I GOT ANOTHER TYPO IN MY VIDEO IN THE BEGINNING, I MEANT TO SAY SECTION, NOT "SCETION"
This video show Windows Vista only, but for XP, just follow all of my steps except don't go to Network and Sharing Center (because XP doesn't have it), just basically Bridge your Wireless and LAN connections, and connect to a Wi-Fi network. Then plug in the Ethernet cable to both PC's and you're done
You will need:
An accessible Wi-Fi signal in range
A Computer (Wi-Fi enabled)
An Ethernet cable
5 minutes of your time (3 minutes if you know what you're doing already, but if you did, don't you think you wouldn't be watching this?)
Written out instructions:
Step 1 - Right-click the two computers (Network) at the bottom right of your screen
Step 2 - Click 'Network and Sharing Center'
Step 3 - Click 'Connect to a network'
Step 4 - Choose any open or password-enabled network (providing, you have the password to access any password-enabled network)
Step 5 - Go back to 'Network and Sharing Center'
Step 6 - Click 'Manage network connections'
Step 7 - Highlight your 'Local Area Connection' and 'Wireless Network Connection'
Step 8 - Right-click any one of them
Step 9 - Click 'Add to Bridge'
Step 10 - Plug your Ethernet cable in both your Wi-Fi enabled PC and your Ethernet enabled device (you could do this anytime throughout the process)
Step 11 - After it's done identifying the connection, test your Ethernet enabled device to see if it's all working properly
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