Can't connect online in atv offroad fury blazin trails
When i go to set the online up for the first time, it asks me to set up name, password, dob, so i make up a password and enter my info, when it says password incorrect. I've never had a password before i just got the game and i tried everything. help?
Re: can't connect online in atv offroad fury blazin...
Hey dude...This will clear up everything...the problem is either:
1)the username is already in use...
ie. Someone used the name 'undertaker' online...and I've decided to make my name as 'undertaker' then i input the password...it won't log in because it's already used...therefore it will tell you that password incorrect...
2) or you have the original name, and you forgot the password.
So make sure your name is unique, not already in use..
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For everyone who wants to connect their PSP to the internet you need to know the settings of your router. Listed below are the steps on how to access your router. You must use a working computer that is connected to the router and after we obtain the information needed then thats the time we will configure your psp.<br /><br /><b>How to access the Router:<br /><br /></b>1. You need to know the ipaddress of your router. You can refer to the manual or check the <b>Default Gateway</b> of your computer (Make sure that you connect the computer to the router using an ethernet cable for you to get the Default Gateway). Click on <b>START</b> then<b> RUN</b>. Type <b>CMD</b> on the small box on the lower left of the screen. Type I<b>PCONFIG</b> on the black window and get the value of your <b>DEFAULT GATEWAY (it starts with 192.168.x.x)</b><br /><br />2. Open a Browser, Type the <b>DEFAULT GATEWAY</b> on the address bar of your Browser. It will ask you for a username and password. (Refer to the manual of your router or post a reply so that i can provide you the username and password of your router)<br /><br />3. Go to the Wireless Settings Page of your router. Look for the <b>SSID </b>or the <b>Network Name</b> and the <b>Network Key</b> or <b>Passphrase.</b> You can personalize it so that you can easily remeber the details.<br /><br />4. Make sure you connect to your <b>SSID</b> and enter the <b>Network Key</b> to make it secure.<br /><br /><b>How to connect your PSP<br /><br /></b>1. Open Psp<br />2. Go to Network Settings<br />3. Go to Infrastructure Mode<br />4. New Connection (then select available connection)<br />5. Under Wlan Setting choose Enter Manually or Scan your SSID<br />6. SSID (Select your SSID)<br />7. Wlan Security Setting (WEP/WPA/WPA2)<br />8. Enter you Network Key<br />9. Test Connection Settings<br /><br />
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Your PSP will detect any wireless wireless network within its range as long as the wireless adapter is switched on. The switch for this is on the left end of the PSP, near the analogue thumbstick. If the switch is in the down position, the wireless network adapter is off; push the switch into the up position and it'll turn it on. If you're not going to be using wireless networking it's a good idea to keep it turned off as it'll make your batteries last longer.
When you turn on your PSP's wireless adapter it'll look for any wireless networks nearby. If there's another PSP within range it'll automatically set up what's called an 'ad-hoc' network between the two. This will enable you to play multiplayer games between the two PSPs with one hosting the game and the other joining it. When you want to join an existing wireless network, such as when you want to browse the internet, you'll be using an 'infrastructure' wireless networking mode.
To connect to a wireless network, go to the home screen of your PSP and look under Settings. If you scroll all the way to the bottom you'll find Network Settings, so enter this and on the next screen you'll be asked to choose between Ad-Hoc and Infrastructure, so pick the latter by selecting it and pressing X. Press O to return to the previous screen. You'll need to set up a Connection. You can save the settings for 10 different Connections and you can choose between the Connections you've set up whenever you need to use the Infrastructure network mode.
Pick New Connection and press X. You can give the new Connection a name by pressing X and using the text-entry screen. Give it a descriptive name like 'Home Network' or 'University Network' so you know when and where you can use it. When you've entered the name for your new Connection you'll be asked whether you want to scan for WLAN settings or to enter them manually; select the Scan option and press right on the directional-pad. Your PSP will then scan the area for any available networks and collect the settings needed.
A list of available networks (called Access Points) will be displayed, giving its name (called an SSID), whether it's encrypted or not and the signal strength. If there is more than one network, use the D-pad to scroll down to the one you want to join and press X. You'll be asked to confirm the settings so press right on the D-pad to scroll through each. When you get to the security settings, choose the appropriate setting from the list, which is WEP in most cases, and press right on the D-pad again. If you need to enter the WEP key, speak to whoever runs the wireless network and they'll provide it for you. Press X and enter the WEP using the text-entry screen.
Once you've done that you can check the settings you've entered on the final screen and save them. Now you'll be able to connect to the wireless network. If you return to the main home screen you can now update your PSP's software by going to Settings and selecting Network Update. Alternatively you can go to the Network section on the far right of the home screen to browse the internet using the PSP's in-built internet browser. Or you can fire up that multi-player game you've been itching to try out and get going!
First be sure that the wifi switch is on - on your psp. Go to your network connections and make a new connection. It should ask something about automatically detecting signal..use that option. If you use WEP- just type in the password that set up for your wireless router.
• You must own a PSP with some sort of browser. • You must have internet access via dsl, cable, 10baseT, satellite. As long as it's FAST. • You must have a wireless router of some kind at 802.11b speed.
Please note: Due to the many different types of routers there are, the information provided here concerning the router may be slightly or greatly different from yours. I strongly suggest that you use a little common sense and creativity by using the information I have provided here. FYI, my router is a Netgear MR814v2. • Ensure that your router is working properly. Is the power on? Are all of the appropriate lights on? • Ensure that your internet connection is working properly. (You got here, so I'm assuming it is...) • Ensure that your PSP has plenty of battery power, and is turned ON. • Ensure that your PSP LAN switch is turned ON. • Have your router's set-up disk handy. If you do not have your setup disk, search the internet for an online manual for your particular model of router. • Have a pen and paper handy. 1 First, let's take a look at your router setup. In order to do this, you need to open a new, empty browser window on your PC, and you need to enter the IP address of the router itself. Generally, this should look like this: link You should preferably use Internet Explorer to do this. If this address does not direct you to your router, your router may have a different address. In order to get this, you should first attempt to run the set-up program on your router's disk. You may be asked for a password before you are able to directly access the router. Commonly, the username and password are: admin/password. However, if you do not know your username and password for the router, you may need to reset the router physically. Click here to go to Router Troubleshooting below to do this. Have you connected to your router? Yes, I have connected to my router - proceed to step 2 below. No, I have not yet connected to my router - proceed to Router Troubleshooting below. 2 Now that you are connected to your router, let's examine some of your settings. Navigate within your router's settings dialog and locate "Wireless Settings" (or similarly titled). 3 Verify that you have been assigned an SSID. 4 Verify that your region is correct. 5 Verify that you are on channel 11. (This may be different. If so, make sure your PSP is on the same channel as well.) 6 Verify that "Enable Wireless Access Point" is enabled. 7 Verify that "Allow Broadcast of Name (SSID)" is enabled 8 Under "Security Encryption (WEP)", set authentication type as "Open System". Set Encryption Strength as "Disable" . (If you enable encryption, see the next step.) Otherwise, continue to step 10. If you experience problems, you need to reduce your encryption to 64 bit. 9 Under "Security Encryption (WEP) Key", select "generate". Make note of the generated key. Be sure to click on "Apply" or "Finish". 10 Click on "Wireless Card Access List" if available. You may be prompted again for your password. 11 Be sure that "Turn On Access Control" is disabled. 12 Is your PSP listed here? If not, then do the following: On your PSP, navigate to "System Settings" Then navigate to "System Information". Make note of your MAC address. 13 In "Wireless Card Access List" select "Add". You can figure this out by yourself, canâ€™t you? If not, then enter your PSP's MAC address as you've noted it. Be sure to hit "Apply" or "Finish" when you are done. 14 Under WAN settings, verify that "Connect Automatically, as Required" is enabled. 15 Under"LAN TCP/IP Settings" make note of all of the information included. You may need this later. You may not, but it's a good idea to take note of it now. 16 Under "Router Status" make note of all the relevant information included here as well. You may or may not need it. 1 Turn your PSP on if you haven't already. 2 Ensure that your WLAN switch is turned on. 3 Perform a factory reset. In order to do this, select "Settings", then select "Restore Default Settings". You will not lose any information or data by performing this step. However, you may need to reset your wallpapers. Set your name, date, time, etc. 4 Power down your PSP. Wait 10 seconds, then power it on. 5 Navigate to "Network Settings". 6 Select "Infrastructure Mode" 7 Select "New Connection" Name this connection as you deem appropriate. 8 Navigate to "WLAN Settings" Select "Scan". 9 Your router should now be listed. If it is, proceed to step 10. If it is not, and you followed all of the steps so far, then something is wrong with your PSP, or the settings, or a combination of both. SeeRouter Troubleshooting and PSP Troubleshootingbelow. 10 Navigate to "WLAN Security Setting". If you did not select encryption in ROUTER SET-UP, step 8, then leave the option as "None" 11 If you selected encryption in ROUTER SET-UP, step 9, then select the appropriate WEP, or WPA.. 12 Navigate to "Address Settings". Select "Easy" 13 Navigate to "Setting List". Verify that your settings are correct. 14 Navigate to the next screen and press X to save your settings. You should get a message that says "Save Completed. Test Connection". Press X. 15 You should get two quick display messages. The first should say "connecting to access point." The next should say "obtaining IP address". Yes! If you got these messages, and are now able to connect to the internet then congratulations! Now, go use your PSP to do the same thing you can do on your PC now, only smaller and slightly slower. No! If you did not get these messages, and are am still unable to connect then continue to PSP Troubleshooting below. If you are having trouble with your router, then there are some things that you may need to do. First, consult your user manual or set-up disk, and ensure that you have followed all of the instructions. If you are still having problems, then you may need to contact your router's manufacturer customer support. If you are simply unable to physically connect to your router via Internet Explorer, but you are able to surf the internet, then there is nothing wrong with your router and you should try a factory reset on the router. Generally, this is done by locating the reset button and pressing it for 10 seconds. You may need a small ink pen to do this, as the button may be real tiny. If you are still having trouble connecting your PSP to your router, but if you are able to connect to your router through Internet Explorer, then there is simply something wrong with your settings. Please go back and make sure that you have made the appropriate adjustments to your settings as I've outlined above. If you still cannot connect, then you may need to manually enter specific connection information into your PSP. In order to do this, retrieve the notes you made earlier with all of that great technical information, and enter the appropriate information into your PSP. You did take notes didn't you? You didn't?
try rebooting and restoring the defaults and after that empty the network connection and install the connection one more time and connect to the wireless connection and after saving the setting hit test connection and if results are shown after scrolling down shows success then you are back online and(if it shows failed also it should work)then you are back online VOILA