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If that is the case you might have to do a port forward on your router. Can you give me the brand and model?

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My x box 360 keeps freezing ans saying you are disconnected from xbox live, what do i do ?


If your screen freezes when playing on Xbox LIVE, the problem may be related to your Internet connection. A weak wireless signal can cause poor Xbox LIVE performance. If you are using wireless connection:
1. Go to My Xbox and select System Setttings. 2. Select Network Settings. 3. Select Wired Connection or the name of your wireless network. 4. Select Test Xbox LIVE Connection.
If your wireless signal is only one or two bars, try improving your signal strength by following the suggestions below.
  • Move your router or gateway off the floor and away from walls and metal objects such as metal file cabinets).
  • Minimize obstructions along a straight-line path between your Xbox and your wireless router or gateway.
  • Shorten the distance between your console and your wireless router or gateway. Ideally, your network hardware should be near the center of your home.
  • Change the position of the antenna on your Xbox 360 Wireless Networking Adapter (external adapter only).
  • Turn off wireless devices. If your router uses the 2.4 GHz band, try turning off wireless devices, such as 2.4 GHz cordless telephones and Bluetooth devices.
  • Try changing your wireless channel. Wireless routers and gateways can broadcast on different channels and one channel might be clearer than another. See your hardware documentation for help changing wireless channels.
  • Add a wireless repeater to extend your wireless network range. You can boost your signal strength by placing a wireless repeater halfway between your router or gateway and your console.
  • Add an Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter.
  • Switch wireless signal bands. If you have a dual-band router and an external wireless adapter, try switching the router to a wireless protocol that transmits on the 5 GHz band (wireless protocol A or N). Please see your hardware documentation for help with changing the wireless protocol.
  • Switch to a cable.

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I HAVE A WIRELESS ROUTER DOES MY PC HAVE TO BE WIRELESS BEFORE I CAN CONNECT X BOX LIVE


Your pc doesn't have to be wireless, you should be able to connect to it through your router as long as it is wired in. To connect to xbox live, you either need to get a wireless adapter for your xbox 360 or connect it via ethernet to your router.

Nov 22, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox Console

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How do you hook up xbox live to a router


If you are going wired, you need a an ethernet cable running from the back of your router to the back of your xbox.

If you want to go wireless, you need to buy a wireless router and a wireless networking adapter.

Plug all of it up and then scan for networks on your xbox dashboard, if you were successful in hooking it up, you should find your router and be able to connect....

I have a tip on my profile that you might find useful.

May 15, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Connect to internet


Okay, so I already wrote a tip about this, so go here:
http://www.fixya.com/support/r3972836-connect_xbox_live_wirelessly

for step by step instructions on how to connect to XBOX LIVE wirelessly. Hope it helps :)

Jan 24, 2010 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Will not connect to xbox live threw computer and cable is good to router


I had the same problem, if you have wireless in your house then buy a wireless connector from a local GAME, if you have a wireless router and an ethernet cable all you have to do is plug one end into the xbox and the other into one of the LAN ports on your router, when this happens you should be able to connect to Xbox Live, this means theres always a wire running but it wouldnt cost much to pin it against walls or under floorboards or whatever, hope this helps!

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Xbox 360 live on wireless router


In theory you should be able to "share" your internet connection. I use a Linksys WRT54GS wireless router and I have a Linksys Game adapter on my son's 360. He has not complained about lag or slow server times unless other intensive bandwidth is being used.

Nov 09, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Cannot connect to xbox live using a wireless laptop


This site has good information relating to connecting your xbox 360 to xbox live wirelessly with laptop or modified router and improving xbox live NAT rating:

[url=http://howtoconnectwirelesslytoxboxlive.blogspot.com/]How to connect to xbox live wirelessly[/url]

Aug 11, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Prolem with xbox


well if it IS working, you wouldn't be here would you? XD
anyways go to the wireless settings and manually add your SSID and WEP/WPA if applicable. If this doesn't work, get back to me.

Jul 31, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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Xbox 360 to wireless laptop


Make sure ethernet cable from XBOX 360 is connected to one of the 4 access ports on the back of the router.

Mar 16, 2008 | Microsoft Xbox 360 Console

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