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Psp how to get on to the internet using wifi

I have the wireless router all set up for my archos and it works on that but when i come to use my psp it askes me to switch on the wlan and i dont understand it also askes for a ssid dont know where to find it and also a connection name help me please.

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  • Rogie99 Mar 07, 2008

    I dont know how to on the SSID

  • djwilder08 Nov 19, 2008

    cant get on because there are no good connections

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Hmm i cant even find out how to get wireless internet for psp slim. also i hav no idea how to get the lights next to memery stick to turn on. wat is a SSID any ways?

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Ok, the wlan swith is either on the top of psp if u have da slim if you have the old version then its o the side. the ssid is the name of ur internet connection ex.(linksys etc.) and some of the connections are either secured or unsecured. the secured connectipoons require passwerd. if you have a wireless router then scan 4 a connection and look 4 urs and connect.

Posted on Mar 19, 2008

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Well the walan in the swith on the side it is similar to bluetook the wun on the left of the psp
SSID i think is the name of the netwirk u want to connect to

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