First let me apologise for leeching on your forum.
Next my problem- I have a toshiba laptop running Windows 7 that is connected to the internet by wireless. I also have an old Acer laptop running XP that is connected the same way. If I plug my xBox 360 into the LAN port of my Acer (Vista)and bridge the connections (which I have been doing for the past 3 years) I can play xBox live but when I try to do this with the Toshibe (Windows 7) I get the error meaasage "to create a network bridge you must hve at least 2 LAN or high speed internet connections that are not being used by internet connection sharing". I am only 14 and cannot afford to keep both laptops and I want to keep the Toshiba so Ill have to sell the Acer but I need it to keep it to run xBox Live.
I have seen many people do this on tutorials all over the net but they dont seem to have this problem.
How come I do?