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Can't connect to the network

I have a sony PlayStationPortable and I tried to connect to the network but even if i'm close to the access point it says ''the connection cannot be established,try checking security settings'' but I checked every security setting it was alright but that message keeps on going if I connect to the network

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  • badboy allan Mar 16, 2008

    hi i have 3.30 psp with wifi.can not connect to internet.keeps come up

    error.my server is orange.try vereus codes.nothing happening at all.

    my secrtie no not working can u heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp me

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Hi there check the firewall settings on the pc if they are too high you will not be allowed to connect

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