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Wireless network always fails for xbox live.. i need help

Hi im only 14 and i really dont know a lot about xbox live all i know is to connect the network adapter to the 360. I'm using a D-Link DWL-G820 Wireless 108G Gaming/Bridge Adapter and i hook it up fine to the 360 but when ever i run the tests after i dont connect, it says that the wireless failed. what do i do? any help would be appreciated. thank you.

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  • Blah Dec 26, 2008

    ok thanks

  • Blah Dec 27, 2008

    ?ok so on the xbox i go to settings? then also connection settings? and put the connection settings on the settings?

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Go to settings and conection settings and put your connection setings in

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