Ok listen take out your memory card and the umd and go to system settings go to restore default and after everythings done....put back the memory card and it shall work....but the only problem is that you will have to enter back all the stuff you had but hey it work......Vish
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DNS stands for Domain Name Service, and it helps in accessing various
websites on the Internet. An error regarding the DNS for any particular
website usually implies the lack of an active Internet connection. The
purpose of DNS is to simply translate the address that a user types on
the web browser from the human language into the computer language.
DNS is used to resolve names to numerical IP addresses, which is needed to route traffic onto the Internet. Whenever a URL is entered into the browser, the beginning part is the website's domain name.
One Website Not Working: try contacting other sites on the Internet to see if the DNS error is particular to one website. If only one site is not working, the problem rests with the one website.
Computer Not Connected: another item to check when a DNS error shows up is to see if the computer is on the local network. Check to see if the home or office router can be reached from the computer. If not, the DNS error is from the computer not being able to connect to the local office or home network.
Internet Connection Down: if no websites are working, it might be because the Internet connection is down due to a faulty cable/DNS modem or the ISP is down. Power off and on the modem. If the DNS errors still persist, contact the ISP.
DNS Errors: in the vast majority of cases, DNS errors have nothing to do with DNS. DNS errors are usually one of the first symptoms of internet or wireless connectivity issues.
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DNS Error Fix
In most cases, a DNS error just means that the computer is facing
connectivity problems. This could be happening for a variety of reasons,
especially if you are connecting to the Internet via a wireless
connection. Since DNS transforms the website URL into a numerical IP
address, without the DNS functioning properly, the Internet connection
will be quite useless. There are a few solutions to this problem though,
and none of them are too complicated in nature.
Locate the networking icon on your taskbar (or visit the
networking tab from your 'Start' menu), and right click on it. Now
select the 'Repair' option. This should be able to fix elementary DNS
Go to the 'Start' menu and select the 'Run' option. Now type
'ipconfig/release' and hit 'OK'. This will release your old IP address.
Now you need to type 'ipconfig/renew' and hit 'OK' in order to renew
your current IP address.
You even have the option of entering your own DNS settings. If you
are using a local wireless connection, you will be informed about the
preferred DNS and the alternate DNS. You can alter this setting by going
to the 'Properties' of your network connection.
You must also check if all the cables and wires are connected
properly. If nothing works, then try using a different machine with the
if it is saying DNS error it is not a problem with the PSP, most likely a setting with your wireless router. or a problem with teh internet at the time of trying. check wireless settings on the PSP and make sure it has a number listed for DNS server.
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Take out the UMD disc from the back of the PSP if one is inserted.
Take out your memory card from the memory card reader if one is inserted.
Turn on your PSP.
Go to the "Settings" tab in the Cross Media Bar and select "System Settings."
Select "Restore Default Settings" and confirm that you wish to restore all settings to the factory defaults.
Restart your PSP.
Try connecting to the Internet again. If you still get the 80410A0b error, try connecting to another network. If you successfully establish a connection to another network, your router is at fault. If you cannot connect to the second network, your PSP's Wi-Fi card could be damaged and may need repairs.
Tips & Warnings
Ensure that you are entering the Wi-Fi SSID and password correctly on the PSP.
You can contact PlayStation Support (see Resources) to start a repair order if you PSP's Wi-Fi card is faulty.
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ok solution: click inafacture mode in network settings. new connection > scan > now look for internet wchich has no security > choose it > then click left arrow > then choose easy and go to the save settings, save,test connection. IT WILL SAY YOUR INFO AT THE END AND THEN YOU CLICK CIRCLE GO TO INTERNET BROWSER AND ENJOY IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG TRY AGAIN IN DIFFERENT PLACES. it should work. enjoy internet
Hey here are the instructions for your problem...
Go all the way left to SETTINGS
Get into SYSTEM SETTINGS
And then Go into RESTEOR DEFAULT SETTINGS and press YES
After you do that go into NETWORK SETTINGS
Then Go Into INFRUSTRUCTURE MODE
Then NEW Connection
Scan Your Wire-less connection and then go to internet browser wait for it to load and get ip and your fixed up