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If you have an original Xbox the online capability is obsolete and will no longer be supported by Microsoft if you have an Xbox 360 you need to purchase an xbox live account either at a retail location or online through your xbox dashboard (internet and credit card required). You need to connect a network cable to the back of the xbox the other end to your router or modem to access Xbox live. They also sell a wireless network adaptor for the 360 that you can use instead of a wired connection.
The weird **** would be where you connect an adaptor. Some people call them a "Dongle" The card you have would have came with one and if it is lost I would say you are stuck. The dongles are not interchangable between brands. You should be able to pick up another PCMCIA Ethernet adaptor on ebay for next to nothing these days. Modern laptops have their ethernet port built in. but a few years ago they were an add on cards so there are probably lots of old cards floating around. I know I have a couple in a draw at home :) Just make sure you can find drivers for the card that match your opperating system.
this doesnt solve the guys problem. the cord he has is cat 5 cable with only four wires in it, the adaptor is made only by the company he got the msr206 from. best thing to do is to contact www.tyner.com and ask for a replacement adaptor.
Your laptop should have a built in network card and 10baseT network port, if your laptop does not have a built in network card you can use either a PCMCIA network card or a USB network adapter. Your desktop computer may not have a network card, you will need to purchase a network card and install the drivers.
To connect the two computers together you only need a cross over cable. If you use a hub you can connect two or more computers together using standard 10baseT network cables.
You need to buy a cable output to television antenna input adaptor. One end will allow you to connect the cable box output to a cable input. The other end will hook up to you television just like a antenna, on the two screw hook -up. The usually can be purchased at any electronics store, like Fry's, Best buy,Radio Shack. Or you can buy them online. Use google to search cable output to television input adaptor's. Hope this helps you with your problem.
You can have 4 PCs connecting to your 2 wire 2701hgv or 2700hgv wired or wirelessly. Make sure the DSL light and the internet light is green and lighted up
For wired connection, just plug in the RJ45 cable to the ethernet 1,2,3, or 4 and the other end of the RJ45 cable on your laptop LAN card or network adaptor
For wireless connectivity, SSID is 2wire followed by the last 3 digits of the SN(or serial number) and the WEP key is located at the bottom of the 2wire modem in between 2 bar codes in square brackets. If the WEP key and the SSID was changed before in the modem page, go to the modem page and see what is the latest SSID and WEP key using RJ45 cable connected
From Andy Thoo Wai Kiat, Singtel