No you have everything needed to play online you just need to fix certain settings for the internet on your computer.you can do this on almost all computers by going to the internet explorer/tools/internet options. Then change settings needed.
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-If it's failing the IP test, that would imply that it can't talk to your router, not the internet, since that's where it gets it's IP address from. (Although XBox may do this with an internet check) So: -First, have you tried a different ethernet cable to the XBox; one that you know is good? -Secondly, ports on the switch can go bad without the whole switch failing. Have you tried plugging it in to a different one in the router? -Assuming you have a dynamic service such as a cable modem, have you tried plugging the XBox directly into that modem wire coming out to the router?
Be sure to power cycle the XBox on each of these checks so you remind it to go out and check for a connection. Hopefully this helps!
Hi. Microsoft will give existing Xbox LIVE Gold members a prorated discount on the
purchase of a Family Pack. For each month remaining on your current Xbox
LIVE Gold subscription, Microsoft will reduce the purchase price of a Family
Pack by $5. For example, if you have six months of your Gold
subscription remaining, you qualify for a $30 discount and will only be
charged $69.99 at the time of purchase. If you have 20 months or more of
your current Xbox LIVE Gold subscription remaining, you can upgrade to
an Xbox LIVE Gold Family Pack for free. You will not receive a refund
for any remaining subscription time in excess of 20 months. I hope this helps!
Your WEP is the security key on your wireless router. You have to put it in beforre you can not connect to the router. If you do not know what it is let me know your routers make and model so I can give you the proper instructions.