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Help my psp will not alow to go wireless or log on it keeps saying my wlan is on

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  • punjabi38 Apr 11, 2008

    i cant cnnect to wireless connection it says internal error

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Have you Jimmy, got your wlan switch turned on???

Could be a warranty issue if it is on and still won't connect.

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How to get your connection ERROR off your PSP?


Hi,
Are you trying to connect to the internet? Do not forget to activate the Wlan button at the left side of your PSP. The wireless indicator should light up after pushing the Wlan button up. I hope this helps. Thanks

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How do you get online?


Hi yomumdude,

You're somehow trying to connect tothe internet to browse some site using your PSP but it wont let you connectbecause it needs to be configured. There are lots of options you can choosefrom on how to connect your PSP through the net. First of all you need a routerso you can hook up your PSP and use it for browsing.

You may follow the step by step procedure below on how to connect to a wirelessconnection using your PSP. It also includes on how to configure your wireless/WLAN. 1. First, make sure to turn on your PSPas well as the wireless/WLAN switch.

2. Navigate to " Network Setting". 3. Select "InfrastructureMode".

4. Select "New Connection" and Name this connection as you deemappropriate. 5. Now navigateto "WLAN Settings" Select "Scan".

6. Your router should now be listed.

7. Go to "WLAN Security Setting". If you did not select encryption inROUTER SET-UP, then leave the option as "None"
8. If you selected encryption in ROUTER SET-UP, then select the appropriateWEP, or WPA.

9. Navigate to "Address Settings". Select "Easy"

10. Go to "Setting List". Verify that your settings are correct.

11. Navigate to the next screen and press X to save your settings. You shouldget a message that says "Save Completed. Test Connection". Press X.

12. You should get two quick display messages. The first should say"connecting to access point." The next should say "obtaining IPaddress".

From this point you already established a connection and you can now browse thenet using your PSP.

Hope this information will be helpful.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Jan 30, 2011 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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My psp 3004 internet connection not supported what would i do


Hi yashb22,
Connecting to the internet using your psp is almost the same as connecting through your laptop. If you're having connectivity issue please try to check the error. One of the common error is WLAN switch is off, so make sure that it's properly toggled to the right. If you've already checked and still can't connect try doing the following steps below:

1. Make sure to turn on your PSP as well as the wireless/WLAN switch.
2. Then Navigate to " Network Setting".
3. Select "Infrastructure Mode".
4. Now Select "New Connection" and Name this connection.
5. Navigate to "WLAN Settings" Select "Scan".
6. Your router should now be listed.
7. Please go to "WLAN Security Setting". If you did not select encryption in ROUTER SET-UP, then leave the option as "None".
8. But if you selected encryption in ROUTER SET-UP, then select the appropriate WEP, or WPA.
9. Then navigate to "Address Settings". Select "Easy".
10. Go to "Setting List". Verify that your settings are correct.
11. Navigate to the next screen and press X to save your settings. You should get a message that says "Save Completed. Test Connection". Press X.
12. You should get two quick display messages. The first should say "connecting to access point." The next should say "obtaining IP address".
From this point you already established a connection.
Hope this information will be helpful.
Thank you for using FixYa.

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I don't know how to connect internet to psp


you need to have a wifi network, then go to wlan setting on your psp, do a search for wireless lan,
click on to log, or if it is password protested , you need to type in password by joystick and menu keys.

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How do you get internet on a PSP?


Hi ana01,

Connecting your PSP to the internet is just like connecting your computer to a router. First to consider is having an access point. So what is an access point? Access point is your router. If you wanted to get started going online using your PSP I suggest trying the following steps below:

1. Just turn on your PSP as well as your WLAN/wiresless.

2. Use the left and right directional button to find "Network Setting".

3. Now look for "Infrastracture Mode".

4. Please select "New Connection" and name it.

5. Go to "WLAN Settings" then select "Scan".

6. Your PSP will now detect your router.

7. Navigate to "WLAN security setting". Just leave the option "NONE", If you dont have an encryption in your Router set up.

8. But if have an encryption in your Router. Then put your WEP or WPA security key.

9. Go to "Address Settings". Select "Easy".

10. Navigate to "Setting List". Check if your setting is correct.

11. Go to the next page then save your setting by pressing x. Then press x again once you get a message that says "Save Completed. Test Connection".

12. Next message would say "connecting to access point." The next should say "obtaining IP address".

You already established a connection and you can now browse the net using your PSP.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using FixYa.

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My psp won't connect to the internet. it says, a commection error has occured. a connection to the access point could not be established. check the security settings for the network and try again.


First of all check if your wireless router requires (WEP KEY) to establish a connection then you will have to put same (WEP KEY) in PSP WLAN security setting and if your wireless router is set without (WEP KEY) then in PSP WLAN security setting it should be set to None. kindly refer to the following image.3782ff8.png

Oct 20, 2010 | Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) Console

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Help me get wlan for my psp


This is very easy. Make sure that there is a Wireless Network for you to do so, though. If there is no network in range you will NOT be able to get into a WLAN.

Amoung the steps I listed there make sure that your WLAN switch is on.

Here's some more help if you need it:
http://www.ehow.com/how_4678153_surf-internet-psp.html

Thanks,
Brandonmxb

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I TRY TO US THE USB PORT TO CONNECT MY PSP TO THE INTERNET AND IT SAYS THAT THE WLAN SWITCH IS NOT TURNED ON.PLEASE HELP.


Hello,
The usb is only used for file transfer,WLAN is a wireless connection,you are going to need a wireless box,then you can connect your psp via WLAN to the internet to download stuff....

Thanks for your question,
have a nice day!

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How do you get wlan settings on?


there is a switch on the left side of the psp looks like the power button, just flip that switch

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