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Setting up wireless connection

I have a Netgear router and trying to set up Playstation 3(60G) to wireless network. Keep getting error code 8013013E. Need help or husband going to fling the thing out the window!

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  • Anonymous Mar 03, 2008

    i have exactly the same problem with my netgear router , the only way i can get it to work is to disable all security on the wireless router

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Make sure your Netgear router is working correctly and is allowing the PS3 access to it. I suggest visiting the Netgear website (www.netgear.com) and searching for the Router you have. Also try taking down any firewalls that are set up on your computer this will allow the PS3 unlimited access to the connection.

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