My psp is encountering problems connecting to a network, when my friend and I attempt to verse one another my psp will not connect what so ever. I also have no sound even when the volume is turned up full
I you have WEP installed on your wiresless network, then get the administrator or whomever
the network belongs to to verify that you are
using the right WEP codes. Some folk from time to time change them if there is a network problem or something.
Now the sound issue is something totally different. My son spilled water on his PSP and lost all of his sound, I opened it up and replaced the start/select/vol strip inside of which costed me about $16 to include shipping and handling via Hydratech.com. Now his PSP is the 2000 thin, but they do carry the PSP 1000 strip as well. Good Luck.
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Let me help you by starting with a simple step. If that's too primitive, please bare with me. First click on the network connection icon, which should be on the right bottom, which is on your start bar near the time icon. Then click on "Opne network and sharing center". You will have the control panel dialogue box for network status. On it you will see 3 connections. Your computer to the network (wifi router or AP) and from the network to the internet. There you will see an "X" mark or the netwok connection stops rigth after the network (wifi router or the AP). Click on the "X" mark and windows will try to solve the network error by itself or show you whats preventing you to get out to the internet. If you don't see the red "X" or the connect stops right after the wifi network, then you should check with the ISP or your wifi connection provider. In my case, our wireless service provider has a problem with his modem and had it fixed and I was able to have wifi internet again. Please try these if it helps and let me know if I can help you further. Good luck friend.
You did not elaborate further why you cannot connect you PSP to internet. But I will assume that you have a wireless connection within reach and that your PSP Wi-Fi switch is turned on (switch on the right).
1.) If your wireless network requires a Network Key (WEP or WPA), you need to know the exact key to be able to connect to it.
2.) To connect to internet, open Internet Browser in your PSP and this will prompt you to connect to a Wireless network.
3.) To set-up, press the 'scroll right' button (>) until you reach the "Network Key". Choose the type of key your network is using (WEP, WPA or other) then press 'scroll right' (>) again until you reach the last menu.
4.) If you do not encounter any error, you can start browsing. If you still do, you may have to leave the specific errors or further details of your problem for us to assess...
P.S. My favorite is God of War (I hope you have tried playing it)...
Observe the device structures at the location of recognisable malfunctions. For example ascertain that computers cable or wirless connectivity components are intact least encounted vsible obstructions. Usually computers that derive internet connectivity via vables either phone lines ethernet should be observed for structure kit disconnections either as accendatals or encounted a condition requiring restoration. Second, attempt to logon the network as verification since experincing malfunction. usually the network structure of signals would have times out either as idleness resolution or likely encountered a condtion requirig disconnection. Manually power off the devices that provid internet connectivety to acquire recognfiguaration especilly with durational netowrked structures cause sluggishness or disconnects automaticallly. once least capable of acquiring the user experinces requires to contact either by telephone the network establshiment to verify the conditon. Once any malfunctiobs were encounted from the alternate network structures would be made aware to revive restorations.
first id like you to try this step by step guide. If this doesnt work let me know at what step you get an error and what the error code is. Then from there i can specifically diagnose your problem. step 1
Your PSP will detect any wireless wireless network within its range as long as the wireless
adapter is switched on. The switch for this is on the left end of the PSP, near the analogue
thumbstick. If the switch is in the down position, the wireless network adapter is off; push the
switch into the up position and it'll turn it on. If you're not going to be using wireless
networking it's a good idea to keep it turned off as it'll make your batteries last longer.
When you turn on your PSP's wireless adapter it'll look for any wireless networks nearby. If
there's another PSP within range it'll automatically set up what's called an 'ad-hoc' network
between the two. This will enable you to play multiplayer games between the two PSPs with one
hosting the game and the other joining it. When you want to join an existing wireless network,
such as when you want to browse the internet, you'll be using an 'infrastructure' wireless
To connect to a wireless network, go to the home screen of your PSP and look under Settings. If
you scroll all the way to the bottom you'll find Network Settings, so enter this and on the next
screen you'll be asked to choose between Ad-Hoc and Infrastructure, so pick the latter by
selecting it and pressing X. Press O to return to the previous screen. You'll need to set up a
Connection. You can save the settings for 10 different Connections and you can choose between the
Connections you've set up whenever you need to use the Infrastructure network mode.
Pick New Connection and press X. You can give the new Connection a name by pressing X and using
the text-entry screen. Give it a descriptive name like 'Home Network' or 'University Network' so
you know when and where you can use it. When you've entered the name for your new Connection
you'll be asked whether you want to scan for WLAN settings or to enter them manually; select the
Scan option and press right on the directional-pad. Your PSP will then scan the area for any
available networks and collect the settings needed.
A list of available networks (called Access Points) will be displayed, giving its name (called an
SSID), whether it's encrypted or not and the signal strength. If there is more than one network,
use the D-pad to scroll down to the one you want to join and press X. You'll be asked to confirm
the settings so press right on the D-pad to scroll through each. When you get to the security
settings, choose the appropriate setting from the list, which is WEP in most cases, and press
right on the D-pad again. If you need to enter the WEP key, speak to whoever runs the wireless
network and they'll provide it for you. Press X and enter the WEP using the text-entry screen.
Once you've done that you can check the settings you've entered on the final screen and save
them. Now you'll be able to connect to the wireless network. If you return to the main home
screen you can now update your PSP's software by going to Settings and selecting Network Update.
Alternatively you can go to the Network section on the far right of the home screen to browse the
internet using the PSP's in-built internet browser. Or you can fire up that multi-player game
you've been itching to try out and get going!
Now you're online, if you need further assistance or get an error code please let me know and i
will be glad to assist you further. Thanks-Midwest-tek
Is the printer connected via wireless? When I recently connected up a new wireless printer to my UVerse network, the printer manual said that establishing the first connection works better via an Ethernet cable directly to the Uverse router. After the printer is set up once, then I could remove the ethernet cable and connect to the printer via wireless from all my computers.
For all wireless PCs that were previously connected via wireless to dsl, you need to create a new network connection for each one, then enter the key that is listed on the side of your Uverse router when prompted. Sometimes it takes a few minutes to establish the connection.
I am amazed that ATT was so unhelpful on these issues. I was one of their first Uverse customers in Texas, and several times over the last years, techs would visit my house to solve a problem or hook something up, explaining to me as he went. That their helpful attitude is deteriorating is a real shame.