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Wireless problem. Am seeking D-link compatable adapters for XBox 360 consoles.Already have D-Link DWL-G730AP pocket router as adapter, but can't get it to work. Please, help.

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  • scottpike Jun 03, 2010

    ok that model is compatable so i dont see do you have the xbox 360 wireless adaptor?

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What i suggest you can get a wireless network adapter from xbox,they will help you and there is a warranty

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