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so easy man, with this kind of internet connection u don't go to the internet connection settings, all u have to do is simply plug the cable into your PS3 and just open the PS3 internet browser it will open your broadband supporter homepage with the username and password fields just write them down and THATS IT :))))))))))))))
this happened to me a while back it was so frustrating. but what i did was go to system settings and click on restore game settings and dont worry it wont mess ur ps3 up. what you need to do after that is if u have a psp registered for your ps3 you have to do that again and if you have any bluetooth devices you will have to register them again and fix all your settings back. also it will not clear gamesaves or pics or song or pics so dont worry. i hope it works fo you to. Good Luck
wel becouse you restored it means you will have to connect it all again by scaning for networks once it has found your 1 click into it and then enter your WPA key that is writen on the back of your modem
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u forgot to change ur settings back so what u have to do is put the regular cables in(red white yellow) and then start ur ps3 then touch and hold the power button for 10 seconds. after that it will turn off and then u turn on ur ps3 again and then again touch and hold the power button for 5 seconds. wait a little up to 30 seconds and it should work again. hope this helps. well i have a problem to its for my internet connection when i scan for wireless connection it says"the access point was not detected if u know how to solve this plz plz email me firstname.lastname@example.org thank u
get your own internet connection. dns error means it's not able to connect to the internet. if it is your own connection, restore your default settings and powr cycle your internet. check with your IT and check your network firewalls/settings
SETTINGS > NETWORK SETTINGS > INERNET CONNECTION SETTINGS > WIRED CONNECTION OR WIRELESS >WIRED CONNECTION
> CUSTOM > MANUAL SETTINGS > AUTO DETECT > AUTOMATIC >
DO NOT SET > MANUAL ( DNS1 : 188.8.131.52 , DNS2 : 184.108.40.206
) > AUTO > DO NOT USE > ENABLE > X > XWIRELESS
> ENTER MANUALLY > ( ENTER SSID OR CONTINUE ) > ( CHOOSE
SECURITY OR CONTINUE ) > CUSTOM > AUTO > DO NOT SET >
MANUAL ( DNS1 : 220.127.116.11 , DNS2 : 18.104.22.168 ) > AUTO >
DO NOT USE > ENABLE > X > XI
thought I should clarify my experience one last time in hopes that it
may help someone. I was able to connect fine for a month before the
1.50 update and then things got really wierd. I have gone through
entire days unable to connect to the network and entire days able to
connect. Meanwhile I had full use of the PS3 internet browser and no
other computer or internet issues. I can currently confirm that if I
return my PS3 internet settings the original "automatic" settings I
will not be able to connect, with these DNS settings in the PS3 I have
no problems.I have cable internet access through Adelphia with a Linksys WRT54GS router communicating wirelessly with my PS3... GOOD LUCK! The
information I used to create this fix contained a link that has
provided us with router specific DNS information to be used if the
numbers provided do not work. http://www.opendns.com/start/at_home.php Now,
a day later, I am able to connect with the original automatic settings
for everything including DNS. I must also point out that the network
performance is much faster using the automatic settings and recommend
using alternate DNS settings only when neccessary.
All I can say for those still having problems is reboot EVERYTHING.
Your router, modem, PS3 and any other device that may be connected to
If you still have problems try connecting the ps3 directly to your modem not through the router...
unplug your internet modem for 15 min, keep the connection to the PS3, of course. do automatic settings, not manual, select easy but DO NOT GO FURTHER until you plug in your internet. Let it cycle, the modem may shut down. if/when it does, turn it on and continue. The PS3 should automatically find everything by itself. Confirm then test the settings. I think that should work.