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Need to set up internet to psp need good instructions

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    how do i change the password on the psp frm another user? it was brought second hand

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Get you a roiuter.. any router will do. you can get them cheap now at major retail stores. Once hooked up and running on your pc, turn your psp on.. make sure your "wlan" is turned on (top of your psp). go to network settings and go into that. go to infastrucure mode, hit x. highlight new connection. Your now in WLAN settings. go to scan and press the right button. Scanning will now take place. Your router is now available.. On SSID you will see the name of router, hit the right button, WEP , then hit right again.. you will need to put down the number given to you, when you installed the router on your pc.. its like a security number ( in case someone around your neighborhood tries to use it).. put in the number and press right.. save options.. and your ready to your internet browser. You can now update firmware at Network update too.. have fun.

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