The other day i tried to connect my X-Box 360 to X-Box Live but keep getting a no connection notice.
i have been connected before and my modem is working fine.
i've check the cord and router ports, both are working fine when plugged into another device (compter/wii) and even tried plugging the X-Box into a different port with different cords, still won't work.
also, i've tried to connect the X-Box to my PC, nothing happens.
i've heard there might be a reset button or i could be a blown fuse but i wanted to see if anyone had any other ideas or solutions before i open my system up.
Before you open your system up its ALWAYS a good idea to send in the xbox or at least call 1-800-4-MY-XBOX to see what they can do. It sounds like a hardware problem. Unless your no longer under warranty, I NEVER EVER suggest even touching one screw on your 360 unless your 100% in control and you know what your doing. Sending in a 360 can take days/weeks depending on the problem and where you live.
If there is a problem that you had no control over they'll replace it free.
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if you plug the computer into the usb port a box will come up and you register it as for the adapter get the one for the xbox plug it in and go to the dashboard then console setting then xbox live connection then test connection and if it doesnt work try the linksys one or the wired one.
yes they are talking about on xbox live for online play. put it this way the ea servers are like an engine that hasnt been run for 30 years. they are all gumed up and broke down. they probably are planing a new ea game and dont have enough memory for online play for all the games
two things, if you're using a wireless modem, unplug it from console, re-set it and let it connect and sit for a minute. then plug it back into the console. if you have just a regular modem do the same thing. make sure the wire connecting you're box to the modem isn't too long(over 7feet is too long). it wont update if you're not connected to the internet.
The xbox live board is down,so if you pass all tests except the xbox live one,this is the problem.I rang them and they said over 50% of users are having this problem.Its because so many people went on it over Christmas and the system got overloaded.They said they're working on it and it should be up and running in a week or two. ~~PS~~ I rang on the 12-1-08 so it should be up by the 20th,its not your fault,the servers down.
call 1-800-4myxbox they might tell you theres an error with xbox live i read a forum that said to just keep trying to sign in and eventually you will get in and it works i had this poblem before just keep tryign to sign in and in 5-10 min you should get it if it takes longer call them
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I believe the X-Box does NOT have Wifi built in?
(sic)Surprisingly, the Xbox 360 doesn't have wireless networking built in. If you don?t fancy using the wired Ethernet method, you can invest in a wireless networking adapter. Microsoft has its own adapter specifically designed for the Xbox 360, but third-party Wifi-certified devices will work just as well.(sic) From the below site.
So that may be ya problem?