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What if my computer is down is there a way to do it through my Xbox? Because when I first hooked my wireless adapter I went on line without setting a security code because I could not play the router CD in my hard drive.I could play games online like that until my kid hooked up her laptop to my network now I can't get on Xbox live it's asking for a wpa2 passphrase what do I do?

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Here is a great tutorial to Connect and troubleshhot your Xbox to a wireless network.
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How to wirelessly hook up xbox live GOLD


wirelessly hooking up xbox live is an easy, simple process; tech savy or not. first, you will need a wireless networking adapter, which range from 80 to 100$ USD. bestbuy or walmart .com are examples of retailers of such product.

hook up the the adpater into the back of the xbox 360.

if you do not have a wireless router that is currently serving no purpose, you will need.
bestbuy and walmart are once again ideal retailers, and i would suggest a Linksys brand router, hook that up and configure to your router.

no more purchases, except for a xbox membership of course.

turn on the xbox with the Wireless networking adapter plugged in and tap the center "Big X" button, scroll right twice and find "network setting" from there, configure network, and then scan for networks...

if you were successful in hooking up the router, you will find your router as an option to connect to, you may or may not have a specified sercurity.
if you do, you will be required to enter the password you chose.


you should now be connected to xbox live...


want a friend? add gamertag: "xInsanitea" and we can play sometime... thanks for reading!

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  1. Step 1 Have your Xbox 360 correctly hooked up to television with HDMI or component cables. Turn your television and Xbox on. Make sure your television is on the correct input. Make sure that your WIndstream DSL Modem is on. If you have a router, make sure that it is on.
  2. Step 2 Obtain the security key for your wireless network, and write this key down. You will need this key to allow the Xbox 360 to have wireless access to the Internet. If you do not know where to find your wireless network key, you will have to access the security setup of your router. The way to do this varies by model, so check your user's manual to see how. If you don't plan on using the Xbox Wireless Adapter for your Xbox, you may skip this step.
  3. Step 3 Run a network cable (Ethernet) from your router or directly from the modem to the Xbox 360. Once you have this cable plugged in you will have to access the "My Xbox" tab on your dashboard. Go to the "System Settings" portion of the tab, usually the last portion on the right, and access network settings. For wired setups, go to the "Configure Network" option and make sure both the "IP Settings" and "DNS Settings" are set to automatic.
    For wireless setups, you will need to have the Xbox Wireless Adapter plugged into the Xbox. Under the Network Settings, enter the security key that you obtained earlier to allow access to the Internet and Xbox Live.
  4. Step 4 Create an account on Xbox Live. You will need to either have a credit card or an Xbox Live subscription card. You can purchase Xbox Live cards at your local game retailer. You will be asked to enter information and create a user name called a "Gamer Tag." This is the name that you will be known as in the x-box community hope this help you out

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Here is the manual for your product(assuming its the mad catz wireless N adapter): http://www.madcatz.com/UsersGuides/4707-MUG.pdf

You connect it to the computer first. However you need to find the setup disk. I looked around for you and couldn't find it, my apologies, but read that guide and you should have no problem setting up your gaming adapter

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There are so many possible steps to take to do this..

First, make sure your wireless network is working, and a computer can use it to get on the internet..

Then , if you want to hook the xbox up wirelessly, you will need the wireless adapter made especially for the xbox..

) or you will need to hook the xbox up by an ethernet cable (

Then, check out this link, about halfway down the page is an in depth guide on how to hook the xbox up wirelessly..

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/setup/xbox.mspx

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Is it possible for a wired connection? In my experience, wired connection is the only thing you can truly count on.

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This means that it hasnt connected to a wireless router. Make sure your router is wireless, that you have searched for you network and found it. If this still doesnt work then make sure that your routers wireless capabilities are working and try entering the settings in manually to the xbox 360 network settings.

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