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Dns error on my ps3 I am using linksys router

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  • michelle1022 Jan 30, 2009

    Thanks, unplugged router and reset it and it worked!

  • Paul Homuth
    Paul Homuth May 11, 2010

    is it wireless or wired., and do you have a key put in if its wireless

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If this does not happen often, it could be your internet provider. I can sometimes unplug my modem and router and fix this. However, if this continues, you may need to contact your ISP or look into a new router. Believe it or not, your internet company can be pretty handy in getting you re-connected.

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