- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
Make sure that your router is properly connected to your modem. If it is connected properly than check the router settings. If the you dont want to start toying around with the settings you can reset the router settings to their defaults.
If that doesnt work then hold the reset button for 10 seconds and it will hard reset it. this will render it as out of the box state, the router will be reset to factory settings.
There could a few things that could be preventing internet connection to your host windows xp. Check these out: -Dont follow these an order LOL 1) make sure the windows firewall is not causing the problem a) do a test by turning it off. click on "Start" click on "Run" and type "Firewall.cpl" and turn it off. then see if you get a internet connection.
2) maybe you have set to "obtain an ip automatically" a) click on "start" then right-click on "My network places" click on "view network connections" right-click on "Local area connections" slect propeties" then scroll down till you see "Internet Protocol TCP/IP" and click on "obtain an ip automatically"
3) when you open up VirtualBox check that you have it set to "NAT" i have mine set to "Bridged Adapter" so my virtual machine can get an ip from my router.
4) make sure your router isnt blocking in some way your virtual machine...maybe your router has a firewall.
5) also maybe host's firewall is causing the issue - let me know how it goes.
When you try to connect to a different wireless network, you should go into system settings, network settings, and then configure network. Once you see the basic setting, press the A button to setup the new connection. This should allow you to connect.
It is possible that you have a faulty wireless adapter. You could test your wireless adapter on a friend's xbox to see if the problem follows the adapter.
As far as your downloaded videos are concerned, if you reformat your hard drive, then yes all of your downloaded content will be gone.
After the reformat, you should be able to download the content you've already purchased, "as long as you're downloading it to the same console you were using when you first made the purchase."
If I were you, I would verify this with Microsoft before doing the reformat.
I understand that you are getting low wireless speed through the adapter. I would suggest you to upgrade the drivers for the adapter. If the issue persists, then please change the channel on the wireless router.
Try to uninstall the driver of the wireless adapter to the computer.
Install the latest driver of the adapter first before installing the adapter.
Check the lights of the adapter (if red not connected, if green it means that the adapter is communicating, however if there's no lights on the adapter it is a compatibility issue or the card is not working properly)