Internet Sharing 98/98

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HonestDon19

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The situation is that there are two win98 machines networked. We can share files and what not. Now I am trying to set it up so both computers can be online at the same time. I installed the internet sharing deal under add/remove programs. Now I guess there just not configured properly or something. Because the other computer cannot get online. On the computer that doesn't have the modem do I need to do something special to get it to go over the network to be connected? One computer has a NIC, and one computer has a NIC and a modem. They are networked through a hub. Please help. I can't imagine it being all that difficult. Thank you.
 

HonestDon19

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well I followed it and what happened was weird. So we were trying to play counterstrike together over the LAN. We tried, and tried with my brothers computer but either he "overflows" or he gets an error that says something like NETQUEUE or I don't know. Well anyway then he gave up and connected to the internet and then the kid that was playing on my computer said that the game messed up while my brother said that I came online. So when we tried to get the ICS working it didn't, but then later all of a sudden it did. So that was good news. Bad news however. Counterstrike was giving him problems and still does, but he thought Gateway Goback would help. He reverted back a day and still messed up. Nothing but problems.
 
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