I had my PS3 for 3 weeks and everything was going good. I was using wireless connection which worked good, but was was a bit choppy (well that was because are wireless router isn't strong). I left for holiday for a week. No-one was in the house. I come back- and no i haven't been buglared- and immediatly start playing on my PS3. But the first thing I notice is that the controller takes a while to connect up to the PS3. I put that down to it taking a couple of hits on the head. But then my network doesn't work out all. It turns out the my PS3 isn't even detecing other acess points at all. I try again still not dectecing acess points. I try using an Ethernet cable a week later, but its saying the Ethernet cable ain't in. I go over everything tons of times, but the connection is still not working.I took care of my PS3 really well, i really don't no what went wrong with it. PLEASE HELP.
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For wireless connections:Before checking your connection again, make sure your wireless router is turned on and everything is green (by green I mean all your lights are green and none are orange). To check that you do have wireless connection test another wireless device, either a laptop, or mobile phone would be good.
If you have a wireless adapter connected your XBOX make sure everything is connected properly, there is a large light on the adapter this should be green. If not then I would advise you delete your wireless information on your XBOX and re enter it.
When this is done then it should connect.
For Wired connections:
Check your cables, make sure that there is no holes in it. And if possible try it in a different device like a laptop or PC if you can. If the cable is good then it could be a bigger problem to diagnose.
First, you have to go through the Internet connection setup process through the console and you've made no mention that you've attempted that so I wanted to make you aware of that. On the main menu, go to the lower left corner and click on the round Wii button. A new menu will appear with two options: Data Management and Wii Settings. Select Wii Settings. Go to the second page and choose Internet. Select Connection 1: None. Select Wireless Connection. Select Search For An Access Point. A network list will appear, select yours. You will then be prompted to enter the password/network key that you established when you set up your wireless router. The Wii will attempt to test the connection. If successful save your settings. Second, simply because you have Wireless in the house it doesn't mean that it your wireless router has signal strength to reach the WIi. Various factors affect this including signal strength, distance from the wireless router to the console and obstacles such as walls and ceilings that interfere with the signal. If you're using a G router and you have your Wii is too far away or, has obstacles in the way, it will not connect. You should use an N-Router if there is a significant distance between the console and the router or if there are obstacles. Here is everything you need to know about connecting your Wii to the Internet. http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/online.jsp
1) Connect your ethernet cable to your computer and xbox 2) On your PC, Go to network connections and right click on your wireless connection 3) Click the advanced tab on top 4) Go to Internet connection sharing and check the box, click OK 5) On your xbox, Go to your network settings 6) Edit settings and set everything to automatic 7) Test Connection
You must have your PC on at all times to connect to Xbox live this way.
If this setup doesnt work.
1) Go to Network connections 2) Select both your wireless connection and your LAN connection 3) Right click and bridge the connections 4) Same setup on Xbox as the previous instructions 5) Test Connection.
how to connect the 360 to the Live
network. Before you do anything you are going to need to decide
how you plan on connecting the bad boy. The 360 supports both wired and
wireless connections. In order to use a wireless connection you will
need the Xbox 360 Wireless adapter. Personally I find the wireless
connection to be a bit too temperamental for my liking so I go with a
wired connection via a router, but not everyone has the same wireless
experience. To set up the connection via a router unplug the
router and the modem and turn off the 360. Connect an Ethernet cable to
one of the out ports of the preexisting router then connect the cord to
the back of your 360. Plug everything back in and turn and give the
modem and router about 3 minutes to reboot. Once you have given
everything a few minutes to reboot you can turn the 360 back on. If you
have already set up a gamer profile you will see the Xbox Live screen.
If you have not set up an account you will be prompted to do so. All you
need to do is follow the on screen instructions. It is a pretty cut and
dry process and should not take more than 10 minutes of your time.
If you have no wireless internet inside your house, then you can not get online. However if you do, then go to the internet browser on the psp and try to search for google or some website. As it tries to connect hit the circle button to cancel the connection then it asks what connection to use. Select new connection and scan for your wireless internet. There may be a password, there may not. But go through everything. If you get through everything, you can have fun on the internet with the 4in. screen now. =D
I had the same problem and tried every solution. On the linksys website for my router they said to update the firmware. I did, enabled upnp and everythings good. Just reset you ps3 internet connection, set it to auto and let it do its thing.
well first i think because one of my friends couldnt connect his controller to his 360. so there could be a problem with the guitar itself or the 360 has a bit of a faulty connectivty. go to console and have a look at the connection good luck