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want to share wirelessly clear 4g usb internet using windows 7

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Do your other network ports function while you are connected to the 4G tower?

If they don't, the only way you can share the connection is by putting the adapter in a router like the MBR1200 et al.
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You need to use Internet Connection Sharing in order to do that.

This link should help you:
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/how-to-share-an-internet-connection-in-windows-7.html

The only difference is that you choose your Clear connection instead of the wireless connection as mentioned in the article.
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Forgot to mention.... since you want to share wirelessly, you'd have to create an ad-hoc wifi network.

Another approach would be to get a wireless router that you can connect your clear usb modem to. Then you don't have to tinker around with any Windows 7 settings.
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