Ive connected my router and all works fine when i connect the usb adapter to my pc a blue led flashes and a icon comes up to tell me the usb is connected ive been trying to connect the usb to my ps2 when i plug the usb into the ps2 no light flashes and the icon on the pc disapears.i had a phillips router before this 1 and when i plugged the usb into the ps2 the led on the usb lit up could anyone help thanks
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If it was working before it sounds like you haven't set the security settings in your ps2 to match what you have in the router. Try disabling the encryption on the router as a test and see if you can connect that way.
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Sorry, but i cannot see how your PS2 can possibly be able to communicate with your wireless usb dongle, because you need drivers to use it and you are not able to load anything onto a PS2.
Besides all peripherals are not compatible with PS2's as they are not able to load drivers.
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i am assuming you have a usb mouse and a PS2 connection on the computer. If this is the case then you need a female usb to ps2 mouse adapter
So that the mouse cable plugs into the USB female connection and the male ps/2 plug end goes int othe female ps2 port on the computer.
If this is the case you have the wrong converter the chester will convert a ps/2 on the mouse or keyboard to a usb on the back of the computer.. Can you tell us what sort of mouse you are trying to connect does the end of the cable have a usb plug on it a bit like the blue usb plug in your picture.
If this is the case then you need a female usb to ps2 mouse adapter
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You will probably need to buy a wireless card for your desktop - most desktop computers do not have a wireless card when you buy them. If you do have a wireless card installed, try refreshing the connection, making your home connection a trusted/auto-connect connection and downloading a new version of the hardware driver for your wireless card. You will no have wireless internet on your desktop. please rate my solution
Ring up your server provider its free -
Here's the US and UK's numbers.
If your countries none of them please comment back with your country and I'll get your counties freephone for belkin for you.
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Well - you are mixing up two different kind of wireless networks. Your sprint card connects to the same network a cell phone connects to (EV-DO technology), while your local network at home uses a different technology (802.11). What you need in order to connect to your Linksys router is a USB adapter like this.
If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Make sure to install the USB adapter's driver and utility. If it's installed, you need to use the Belkin WLAN Utility to connect to the wireless network. You should be able to find the signla coming the router and you can connect to it
1. Try to use a different wireless adapter on all available USB ports, if the problem remains then
2. turn off your PC unplug the power cord from the power socket, short the two legs of the power cable then leave it for 5min, then plug it into the power socket again and turn on the PC.
if this didnt work then you have a hardware problem with the USB ports.