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PSP internet my internet wont work, wen i scan for a network i find my wun but it says in the security colum 'no support' and i cant select it i tried doing it manually and it still didnt work i think the suceurity for my router uses a different format so my psp cant read it. How can i fix this problem or how can i change my security type?

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  • dEaThBoY Mar 21, 2008

    no the point is that i cant select it it is in grey and no security means my psp cannot read the router security code, most likely the router does not use WEP

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Try not using so much security on your router.

use WEP , WPA-TKIP , WPA-AES

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If you use secruity on your network you will have to enter the password

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