Set up an ad hoc connection:
Go to Network and Sharing Center
Select Set up a new connection or network
Select Set up a wireless ad hoc (computer-to-computer) network
Enter a network name, select Open or WEP for security type (some devices couldn’t join WPA protected networks) and enter your desired security key.
Join the ad hoc network using the device you wanted to share your internet connection with
Bridging Internet Connection to Ad Hoc network:
Back to Network and Sharing Center
Select Change adapter settings on the left
Right-click on the Wi-Fi adapter > Properties. On the Sharing tab, uncheck the two checkboxes
Right-click on Local Area Connection adapter (the source of internet connection) > Properties. On the Sharing tab, uncheck the two checkboxes
Now select both the Wi-Fi and LAN adapters (Ctrl + click on both the icons)
Once both of them are highlighted, right-click > Bridge connections
Any device that is connected to the ad hoc network should now be able to leech the internet connection off your Windows 7 PC.
Note: on the vega, I cannot connect unless the adhoc network is unsecured. If it has security it just keeps trying to connect without avail, even though the password is correct. Also, the network tends to disappear, but you can make it reappear by going into Network Adaptor Settings and double clicking the wifi connection. You can then connect your wifi connection to the adhoc network, and then it shows up in the Vega.
Edited by Muji12, 25 April 2012 - 08:30 AM.