Having major trouble with online gaming connection lately.i use a wireless setup constantly dropping in and out while trying to play.do you think it's from my side, my wireless stick normally reads a good signal, or is it a sony problem due to amount of online users.any info or thoughts would help.Thank guys is starting to do my head in.
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Is the PSP an older model? If so, its processor could be having trouble with the newer games. If this is an internet related problem, It is due to the fact the PSP has poor WIFI in the older models. Also for internet related problems, make sure that your PSP is connected to your Wireless Router rather than a PS3 system's internet because that can also cause the WIFI on the PSP to run slower.
Internet Connection could simply be poor. Check your Wireless Router. Hope this helps.
try using a wired connection. most wireless are pretty bad connections for online mode. when you use it, go(on the ps3) on SETTINGS then INTERNET CONNECTION SETTINGS then try wired, or wireless and try again. =)
You will need to go into the PS3 dashboard.
Go to the settings drop down menu, it is towards the left.
Go to the internet option.
Select wireless and then Detect.
Select your network and input password if neccessary.
The PS3 will let you test the connection.
You will be connected!
if you setup your wireless in adhoc mode like useing the pc wirless it wont work because ps3 doesnt see adhoc wireless.
and for the ethernet connection is the pc setup right. you have to enable internet sharing on the accuall interface that has internet.. If local area connection 1 is connected to internet and local area connection 2 is plugged into ps3 then under local area connection 1 settings you have to set share this connection and in the drop down menu select local area connection 2. other than that you need to buy a router.
Can you provide more information? The Verizon Wireless broadband access is for your laptop only. In order for the PS3 to take advantage of it, you'll have to setup Internet Connection Sharing on your laptop. That way your PS3 can connect to your laptop via your laptop's wireless connection (in Ad Hoc mode since you don't have a wifi network) and access the internet via the VzW Broadband Access.