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Re: Bad connection for wireless internet
There isn't really going to be a "best" wireless Internet service. You just want the fastest that's available to you. Usually that's cable or DSL. I would recommend going with a wired connection instead of wireless, you will have a lot less of these issues. Good luck!
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Sounds more like your internet is not able to keep up with sending enough information to your ps3 so that it can fill the screen unless it distorts when you watch short low resolution ideos. I recemond connecting your ps3 to your Internet router or modem with an ethernet cord and see if the problem continues. If it works fine then it's just your wireless Internet not being strong enough to put out info. As for the browser the browser is not all that great to begin with.
To connect to Xbox Live, you will need a wired Ethernet cord plugged into the back of your Xbox console. If you are using a Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter, you have to plug it in into the back of your Xbox located to the bottom left from flat on the ground. Also make sure you have a strong enough connection on your internet, and router/modem. Make sure your Xbox console is close enough to your router or modem as well. Also attempt to reset your connection and modem/router and see if this works. 1 or 2 bars are to low for Xbox Live gameplay. 3 or 4 bars are just quite enough. I hope this helped, just contact me if you have further questions or problems!
I've never heard of a Wireless Adapter turning amber or orange? This can be a simple light problem inside your Xbox 360. If it were fixed, the highest possibility is that color should be red. If so, this means the connection is not strong enough to your modem, and adapter. You will have move your Xbox 360 console closer to your wireless modem for the connection to be the best.
The problem is not with the wireless adapter . Your problem is your wireless connection has low band with and your not getting a strong signal . Try moving your 360 closer to your wireless base station or to a room thats closer to your wireless . If the problem persist use an internet cord and run a direct link to the wireless base to the xbox 360 . Also check to make you dont have any other wireless devices connected to your network as this can reduce your band with and cause your Xbox 360 to not get a strong signal .
FIRST, you want to check and make sure that your router is working and sending a network signal. When you find that it is and your Wii still won't connect, try moving your router to a better location where the wii can receive the signal more clearly. Then go to the Wii "Options", then Wii "Settings, Scroll through screens to "Internet" option, then "Connection Settings". Choose your Wireless Connection that you were using and do a "Connection Test". Sometimes it's only a matter of a couple of feet and the signal won't be strong enough, especially if the Wii and the router are in seperate rooms. If all else fails, simply clear the settings for the wireless connection you were using and start from scratch by re-entering the connection settings for your home network. Hope this helps!
The enhaced version just give more range of signal over the normal dynex, regarding the internet provider it depends because sometimes you'll need a password and user to connect to the wireless signal. The dynex is used to connect from a cable signal (RJ-45)internet and then it will transfer the connection to wireless so it can be use from any laptop with wireless connection. So for example you DSL internet connection is a cable (RJ-45) then you connect that cable to the dynex router, then the router will automatically transmit the signal to wireless so any nearby pc can connect to it. If the laptop doesn't have wireless, then you'll have to buy a card to be able to connect to wireless signal or you could by also a (RJ-45 straight-through
cable Cat 5e) to connect from one of the ports from the DYNEX to the laptop. Hope it helps.