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Ethernet cable? I have an 80 g ps3 and I have a wavering wireless connection that doesn't stay connected no matter the distance from the router. I have come up with the typical solution, wired connection. However, I did not get an ethernet cable with the system nor do the ones I own fit.

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Your connection can be disrupted by interference producing electronics such as cordless phones, microwaves, and such. A wired connection eliminates interference.

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