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I bought the att 2 wire and then someone told me i need this dlink to connect wireless to the xbox 360 still have wires rant to both help

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    serra baby May 11, 2010

    hello!



    what dlink device are you referring to? is that a router, a wireless adapter or other wireless devices?

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The only thing you need for connecting 360 to wireless is an Internet connection, an 802.11G wireless router, and a wifi adapter that connects to your 360. They have these at walmart or any gaming store. I suggest giving your 2-Wire back to ATT! NOT QUALITY. Especially for gaming.
I myself prefer my box to be hard wired as lag is far less. BUT..for wifi
Get a Linksys Router and XBox brand wifi adapter for 360. Also google xbox connect. Instead of paying for LIVE

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