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Psp wlan problem

I access my wlan
every time i connect the wlan too my pc for use net
every steup complet but at last (testing conection) is saysing "a connection error has occurred, the connection to the access point time out.


plz help me

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A bunch of people are havin the same trouble. I notice i do if i move a lot when im connecting to the net, or if i am 2 far away, or if u r tryin to use wireless dialup---its too slow

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e. Navigate to "WLAN Security Setting". If you did not select encryption in ROUTER SET-UP, then leave the option as "None"

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Where's your PSP manual?

OK here, I'll go through all steps to get to use the net on ya PSP!

PSP on...? Check...
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- I suggest you to save say Google as your Home Page, so it'll be more convenient for you on the future! Tools > Settings > Home Page Settings > type in a URL that you want as your Home Page!
- PSP net have very little net memory, so to save some memory, go to Tools > Settings > View Settings > Conserve Memory On.

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