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DNS means Domain Name Server and your problem is obviously a connection problem. it could be any of several things. go to network settings and make sure everything is set as it should be then do the internet connection test. is it wired connection or wireless? try connecting ethernet cable just to make sure it isnt service provider related.
you need a direct wired connection to the psr3 to aquire an ip address i suggest a linux router and obv it has to be wireless and what you do is go 2 scan and just hit automatic for everything and it should automatically do everything 4 u
Are you connecting wirelessly or with a cord? if wireless, you need to make sure that you are selecting the same security setting as the connection that you pick in 'network settings'. If the option is 'none', then you need not worry about a password. however if it has a password, then you need to make sure that you type that password in (case sensitive). I had the same problem and this worked for me. hope this helps...please rate if it does....thanks. also, you shouldn't have to do anything with your laptop at all. try to use a direct line from your modem if you are using an ethernet cord.