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I have an old hp laptop and a cable modem internet connection currently on a new computer. how do i go about configuring the internet connection from one computer to the other?whenever i plug the modem cable into the old hp laptop it doesn't recognize that an internet connection

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  • disciple2end Mar 14, 2009

    i'm running xp on the old laptop. i had the same internet connection before i bought the new laptop and it worked fine on the old one. once the new computer was hooked up it was configured to work with the internet connection. now when i plug in the old laptop, it doesn't recognize the connection. how do i go back and forth using the internet on both computers?

  • disciple2end Mar 14, 2009

    i'm running xp on the old laptop. i had the same internet connection before i got the new laptop and it worked fine on the old one. when my new computer was hooked up it the internet was plugged in and the computer was configured to work. now the old computer won't work with the internet when i plug it in. how do i go back and forth between using both computers with the internet?

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    Nate May 11, 2010

    What type of Operating System are you running on your old laptop? XP, Vista?

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OUR YOU TRY TO CONNECT BOTH LABTOPS TOGETHER TO TRANSFER THE INFORMATION.

THE CABLE MODEM HAS AWAY TO CONNECT TO THE NEW PC.

YOU NEED TO CONTACT YOUR INTERNET PROVIDER AND EXPLAIN YOU HAVE OLD CABLE MODEM AND YOU WANT TO UPGRADE TO THE NEW EQUIPMENT SETUP BUNDLE, THEY WILL SEND YOU A BOOK, CDROM OR DVD, THAT WILL TALK YOU THREW THE NEW PROCIDURES OF HOOKING UP THE NEW SYSTEM.

THE NEW AND OLD SYSTEMS ARE NOT COMPATIBLE IN ANY SINCE BECUASE THE WINDOWS VERSIONS, UPGRADES, SERVICE PACKS, WHAT THE SPEED IS, AND IF YOU HAVE 16BIT, OR 32BIT OR 64BIT SYSTEM, THERE ARE SOME 8BIT SYSTEMS BUT I HAVENT SEEN ONE IN A LONG TIME.

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