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Connecting EVO n600c to IPAQ 2200 via wi-fi or bluetooth (can I?)

I have a Compaq EVO n600c and just got a IPAQ 2200 with Bluetooth (and a wi-fi CF card).  Is it possible to connect these devices using either BT or wi-fi, and if so what steps would be necessary.  

Hey while I'm asking, if the laptop was connected to the internet, could the IPAQ hijack and use that connection wirelessly?

Thanks,

Chris.
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MarakushCommented:
Make the EVO Ad-HOC network and share the internet connection, that way the IPAQ can use the wifi card to connect to the ad-hoc network to connect to the net.

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MockenAuthor Commented:
Thanks Marakush, I wouldn't have known this was an option since I'm just running XP Pro standalone as a music computer at home.  I Googled and hit a site that gave me the explanation of how to actually set up the network and how to connect the IPAQ - that was the only piece missing from your explanation.  

Thanks for your rapid help!

Chris.
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MarakushCommented:
No prob... Yea sorry I didn't get in to the configuring the IPAQ...

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