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My xbox will not conekt to the internet throw my pc i have made it so it allows sheering internet but it stell isont working

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Microsoft has a customer service line specifically for this kind of problem... the best bet would be to contact them and have someone sit on the phone with you while you run through the steps to connect your Xbox. If this is not an option, try checking your internet options on your PC and make sure that a system link is available and active, then go through the Xbox again and turn the system link off and back on, this should reboot the connection process between your PC and Xbox and allow them to connect properly... all while connected to an active internet connection of course.

Hope this helps :)

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