As I told you Windows XP don't consider its Generic
BT Radio Driver as a proper network (PAN). More info
on "Generic BT" use my (Generic
Bluetooth Personal Area Network and Windows XP SP2)
Tutorial. What you need is a second network card "Real
0ne". Here I'll show you how to install a fake
NIC to be able to start the ICS. Well it’s the only
the way I have found so far.
We are starting with opening of the new hardware wizard.
To do so click on: “Start | Run…”
in the Run box type hdwwiz.cpl then
press Enter the ways you can use.