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Nintendo WiFi Adapter used to connect with the PSP?

Discussion in 'Sony Handhelds' started by drakex, May 24, 2007.

  1. drakex

    drakex Regular member

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    Okay I am the proud owner of the Wii, the Nintendo DS and I decided to buy the Nintendo WiFi as I was using mainly Nintendo stuff, now I bought a PSP but unfortunaly as you know the Nintendo WiFi will not work with the PSP... or will it?

    Has someone found out a software or some trick to make this WiFi adpater work with the SOny PSP? Any help is much appreciated and please dont tell me to get another WiFi like Max, I know it, I should have gotten it, if there isno solution a plain NO will do thanks in advance.
     
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    theres a cd software called wifi max, it sometimes doesnt work ( but there are guides in the forums for that) and it uses a usb to transmitt a wireless signal for ds and psp. and you can send files for the psp wirelessly also
     
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    theres a cd software called wifi max, it sometimes doesnt work ( but there are guides in the forums for that) and it uses a usb to transmits a wireless signal for ds and psp. and you can send files for the psp wirelessly also

    sorry for the double post man..
     
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    Tried everysingle step and no result, I even get a blue screen on my PC when configuring this.. I am guessing I will need to reinstall windows.
     

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