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comment How to configure mac book pro to act as an Access Point (and not a router)?
@Buscar웃, Thanks, This link seems like it should work for me as well. I followed the instructions, still the same problem :( Either it does not connect, or it connects and I get the error message that I am not allowed to use router :(
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comment How to configure mac book pro to act as an Access Point (and not a router)?
Thanks @Buscar, but the guide from ASK4 does not help. I do NOT have a router/access point device, and I want to use my laptop as an access point. In the guide it says to set the ethernet networking setting in laptop to Automatic DHCP, and to set the router setting to "Manual" (instead of DHCP). If I replace the word router with Mac, then which one I should do? Manual or Automatic? You see my point?
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comment How to configure mac book pro to act as an Access Point (and not a router)?
@YoshiBotX,If it wasn't mine, I wasn't using it! Of course iPad is mine! The limitation is NOT with iPad, it is with the ISP. I don't know how, but when I share my internet connection on my laptop, and try to access it on my iPad, the ISP figures it out and prevents it.
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comment How can I back up my OSX 10.6 Installation DVD and create a bootable USB drive?
Recently I formatted my HDD and when trying to reinstall OSX from DVD, I had to try several times before finally I could boot my mbp from DVD and install the OSX. Now, when I insert my OSX Installation DVD (original one), it keeps making seek-and-fail noise, and after about 2-3 mins it automatically ejects the DVD without opening it. What can I do? how can I take a back up? I can still open the DVD in my PC with no problem, it looks just fine there. I created an ISO image from this DVD in my PC. how can I mount this ISO image on an external HDD and make it bootable ?