I have this product for PS2 Online and it doesnt seem to be connecting. i was on the phone with somebody from the company and all i got were a account thing online and some IP adresses and DNS #'s. i hooked it all up to me PS2, put in the DNS numbers and i tried to connect to the network and every time it "timed out" it says it connected on the d-link but it just doesnt work. could it be cause its in my basement and there is a problem getting reception? i have a computer that works just fine in the basement so i dont know whats wrong
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My ps2 has/had the same problem, it wouldn't read DVD movies at all and ps1 games were always hit or miss. The only two solutions i can suggest are cleaning the lens or replacing the little cotton pad that holds the disk in place near the laser. This seemed to fix it for me, it works about 85% of the time now. Hope one of these helps
an ip address would be the company website your getting your internet from like www.netscape.com or whatever company you use. your username is your email address you have with the company and your password is what ever word you put into your computer to prove it is you loging into your account.
On some models, the Ethernet comes from a PC board searate from the Motherboard. Now you can get a motherboard replaced for under $60. Check out the playstationclinic. Nothing you can really do if the Ethernet Chip is blasted.