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I just accidently deleted the Hawking Connection from the computer that was recieving the internet connection from the other computer in my house. HOW DO I GET IT BACK?!?!?!?!

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All you need to do is to setup it again to get the Hawking 54M or have to do a Ad-Hoc connection.

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