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Xbox 360 wireless adaptor

Doesnt get my 2wire wireless modem

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Do u need a wireless adaptor to set up xbox live??


No, a Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter is not required to access, and set up Xbox Live, but you will need an internet connection. If you are close enough to a modem or router, you can buy an Ethernet cord, and plug it in to both the modem/router, and firmly into your Xbox 360 console. You will either need the Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter, or the Ethernet cord. Ethernet cords are very cheaper, much cheaper than a Wireless Adapter, but the Wireless Adapters are much or easier to reason with. So choose wisely with money.

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What is network adapter mean


A network adaptor is an interface device that allows your PC to communicate with other computers and the internet. There are wireless and wired adaptors.

Wireless adaptors usually connect your PC to the network through a wireless router and modem. Wired adaptors (also known as ethernet adaptors) connect your PC to another computer, a router or a modem using a cable.

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Jan 05, 2011 | Microsoft Wireless Network Adapter Xbox...

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My wireless 2wire modem is showing that we are connected to the internet but the console itself continues to say that we are disconnected. i have turned off the console and it still shows disconnected.


Try to reset your 2wire modem or unplug your 2wire modem for 10 seconds plug back in and let it go through its process of start up (shouldnt be more than 2 minutes) then use you xbox... this works for me, hope it works for you

Sep 21, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Xbox 360 wireless adapter wont connect to my 2wire


Have you tried removing all security protocols on the 2wire and trying to connect?

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I have a 2wire 2700hg-b modem/wireless router, my problem is i get lag while playing xbox 360 online, i get red bar to none , while my friend have all green bar,in the tv screen,also my laptop lose signal...


yeah a better modem would be the easiest thing to do because it's clear that the one you've got is either not transmtting properly or is just the unit you'vee got has a fault in it

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2wire failure


Hi der... well the issue your facing is simple to say ur power adaptor is faulty. Usually its due to some electrical shorts or maybe some heavy lightnings. You can always have a remedy for it.

1st : Buy a new adaptor.
2nd: call ur ISP to have it replaced if ur still under some contract term or if the modem is still under warranty.
3rd : you can buy ur own ADSL2+ modem from supporting outlets . Make sure ur isp supports this modem.

This are the solutions for ur problem pal.. So make a wise decision.. Any needs and help post it to FixYa..ANd the experts here will fix ya..!

Aug 26, 2009 | 2wire (1000-000057-000) Modem

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How to connect to XboxLive via 1800HG 2WIRE+Linksys adaptor?


The easiest way to connect to Xbox Live without using your pc is to buy a
wireless network adapter for your Xbox.

You would then go into the system settings on the Xbox and configure the settings for your wireless network.

http://www.xbox.com/en-US/hardware/x/xbox360wirelessnetadapter/

Xbox 360 - direct to internet - No PC.

Jul 31, 2009 | 2wire 1800HG Router (RG1800HG00)

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Cannot connect to xbox live using 2wire 2700gh-e modem


2wire is, unfortunately for both of us, incompatible with xbox 360. 2wire says that it is made for computers not video games. But i think, not sure though, if you have a freind with a wireless adaptor borrow it and try it and it may or may not.
-a person with the same problem

Apr 22, 2009 | 2wire (1000-000057-000) Modem

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Wireless adaptor xbox 360


make sure that your modem acctually has wireless capability, enter a manuel ip address and gateway that should do it you can find out ur ip address and router settings at routerlogin.net and you should be connected to youre router if a username and password are required then there are websites conntaining all default passwords, most will be admin and password

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