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I want to share broadband on a computer(i.e. windows 98) and a laptop(i.e.windows xp). I want to spend as little money as possible. How should i do this. Can you please help.
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The cheapest method would be to use ICS (Internet Connection Sharing).  It comes with your OS, so it's free.  The better solution is to spend about $50 for a DSL/cable router.  Here's a link that covers the details for each method.

http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/
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