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I can connect to our wireless network and communicate with other players, but I can't play a game.

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How do I connect 2 or more players with the xbox controller?



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Follow these instructions:

  • Set up your Xbox Live connection by connecting your Xbox 360 to high-speed Internet. There are two options: connecting it to your network via Ethernet cable or connecting to your network via a wireless adapter. The simplest and fastest connection is connecting via Ethernet cable directly to your modem or router. If you must connect wirelessly, use the Xbox 360 wireless adapter, sold separately. See the Resources section below for connection tips.

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    Test your Xbox Live connection after connecting your Xbox 360 to your high-speed Internet. Navigate to the dashboard, select "My Xbox," choose "System Settings" then "Network Settings." Run the diagnostic test to confirm your connection works. Your Xbox 360 will offer troubleshooting tips if the test fails.

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    Create an Xbox Live gold account. Log out of all profiles then press the "Guide" button and choose "Join Xbox Live." Follow the prompts, entering your billing and personal information. You will also choose your gamertag during this process, which will serve as your online name and identity. Lastly, you will customize your profile. Your Xbox 360 will then create the account.

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    Insert your Xbox Live multiplayer game and open the game's Xbox Live multiplayer menu. Different games have different options but certain features remain the same across all multiplayer games. There is the TrueSkill ranked matchmaking system, which pits you against players of similar skill levels. There are also unranked player matches, where you can practice and hone your skills in a non-competitive atmosphere. Lastly, there is the quickmatch matchmaking system, which automatically searches for games for you, whether they are unranked or ranked.

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    Trying to play nintendo on line. have a new wireless router/modem it is giving an error code of 52230 and says unable to connectg to server. any ideas?


    Your nintendo consule without a technical malfunction should integrate to a network. The wii fii feature allows to network by wireless recognition of another consule on the network. The situation requires finding another consule owner to network with. Both consules would communicate by wii fii signals, only require recognising another consule owner that would allow device to device connectivity. keep in mind that, the error message is a computer message indicating a break in the link that could be created once another consule is recognised.

    The error message would be intergrated into a network hub once each owner of the consule enable a feature on their device to accept communcation.

    The wii fii feature only is advantage to the consule owner compared to connectivity that would have been performed by connection cables earlier in the invention of video gaming.

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    Find colleages with similar devices, inform them about wanting gaming network connectivity to allow possible network. keep in mind that, networking is a connection involvign entities where people are a requirement..

    Your situation would be possible by human networking to make possible, device to device; that would only communicate when enabled features disabled.


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    First you need an internet connection, wireless or network cable.
    For wireless:
    You need the XBox 360 wireless adaptor.
    Follow instructions to plug it in, then turn on console.
    Go to the Dashboard.
    Go to Console Settings.
    Then Network Settings.
    Then Search for a Network.
    When you find your network, select it.
    If you have a network code, such as WEP, enter it when prompted.
    Now, whenever you turn on your XBox and have the wireless adaptor plugged in, it will automatically connect to your network.

    For cable:
    Plug in the cable to your console at the back.
    Then follow above steps if it doesn't automatically connect you.

    To play with mates, you need to purchase an XBox Live Gold Membership.
    To do this, you must create an account after connecting to the internet.
    To create an account:
    Dashboard
    Create Account
    It will ask you to set up XBox Live and to pick a name.
    Pick your name and connect it with a Windows Live account such as hotmail.
    Follow steps to input information.
    Payment can be automatic to a credit card number or, you can purchase XBox Live Membership Cards at most electronic stores, and input the codes.
    You get one month free trial just for signing up.

    Now to play:
    Find out your friends' gamer tags or XBox Live name just as you made yours.
    Push the XBox Guide button in the middle of your controller.
    Select Friends.
    At the top, add friends.
    Input their gamer tag.
    When they accept your invite/request, you can invite them to chats and games.

    Pick your game, follow the instructions to play a multi-player game over XBox Live with your friends.
    Have fun.

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