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Doing a factory reset will clear your network settings and sign you out of your account. If you are connected to the internet using wi-fi make sure to get that setup again before trying to sign back into play-station network.
Try this. Push and hold in the rest button while at the same time pull out the powers supply line from the unit. Release the reset and wait 30 seconds. Push in and hold in the reset button, apply power to the unit and keep holding the rest button in for 30 seconds, then let the reset go. It should reset everything back to factory settings and hopefully let you in with the original admin pw when you bought it.
Check to see if your xbox 360 is connected to the internet. If your xbox is connected to the internet and still is not allowing you to update check your xbox setting. Sometimes your parental control on xbox 360 can stop you from updating your xbox. If all else fails try to take your hard drive off the xbox and reset your console to factory settings
Have you tried manually assigning the xbox a ip address/subnet mask/gateway? You can figure out what range to use by running "ipconfig" from the command line of a windows computer. Just pick a ip address above 200. i.e. 192.168.2.201/255.255.255.0/192.168.2.1
Try doing a factory reset on the modem/router, also do a connection test on your PS3 and make sure that your NAT TYPE is 2 anything other than that will give you problems playing online. Let me know if you need help with getting your PS3 to a NAT TYPE 2.
Go to your Settings, System Settings, and click on Restore default settings. Doing this resets everything to factory settings. Don't worry, it ONLY resets settings. It won't delete anything on your Memory Stick. This feature resets your nicknames, any passwords, and along with Flash player and WMA playback. This will work. When you are done, it will be as if you just got your PSP. Your data will still be intact. However, if you're talking about not knowing the password on your Wi-fi network, then you'll have to contact the provider.