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X box live

Do i need a ethernet cord to join on or will a regular phone cord work.can i plug the xbox into my cpu or do i need a modem.

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  • Crazygator4 Feb 17, 2008

    I hooked the Ethernet Cable to the back of my Xbox 360 and the other end to the modem. The system said "can't connect". What could be wrong?

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Yes you do need an ethernet cord to play xbox live also an internet connection and you can connect to your computer thats how i run mine cause i have a usb modem and it works fine no you dont need a modem but if you have more then 3 things in your home network it would be adviseable if you need to contact with help my email mid.nightlub@hotmail.com add me when you have xboxlive general joel458 see you online lol!!

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