Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Mod and firmware discussion' started by bombayboy, Feb 24, 2006.
when i type my default gateway number into the address bar it doesnt load up
how do you get into your modem or touer usually do you have the manual?
How did you get in to set up your broadband eg. put in your user details?
hmm i dont understand what ya mean mate, my broadband just loads up automatically when i click on the explorer
when you first installed it, for sure it had to be setup with username and password and stuff like that.
Like i said man just call your Isp they will tell you your DNS
so if i find out my username/password what will i fo next ?
YOU DONT want your username and password!!!! you want your DNS dont you??
Ask the ISP for your DNS you should know your username
tell them hey this is my username " can you tell me my dns pls?"
I got my wifi max to work yesterday..I had to call the place twenty times thoug..But now i can't get the server for socom to come up in multiplayer so i need help there.
I swear mines a piece of crap. Every time i go on the comp and press repair to establish a wireless network nothing seems to happen its always an error and on both of my computer aswell.
yh, well once it works its greats, i had to keep trieng, some days it wouldnt repair others it would....not reliable this device, but it does work...sometimes =D
Skull whats the error your getting?
If its ip address cannot be obtained then follow this thread.
If its DNS error follow this thread
[bold] PLEASE HELP ME...[/bold]
i have recently brought one of these and have had the same problem however i have tried everything on this thread and have still had no joy, if anyone has any more ideas please tell me.
Sorry mate all my ideas have been expressed over the last 4 pages. tell me wat u have tried, beacuse there may be something out there you havn't. then ill give you the other ideas.
i hav tried everything on the last four pages!
looks like it is a pile of shit
when the psp tries to pick up a connection, then quickly go and repair the connections. give us a print screen of your internet connections, ur ZDWLan settings, well see from there. at moment i dont see what is wrong...
I have recently tried all the above and everything "LOOKS" OK but as per others here the PSP times out trying to obtain the IP address. But also the WIFI Max is constantly "connected" even when the PSP is switched off. Contacted the manufacturers Helpline and was told its an internal Windows problem. Am I missing something or should the WIFI Max only be "connected" when the its connected to the PSP if not what is it "connected" too. I enabled WEP so it shouldn't be someone local. I have a wireless keyboard and mouse could this be a problem
well could be, the wi-fi sends sends and piks up a signal. this way it could be interfering...but i dont see how the wi-fi would mistake it as an internet signal...in the bottom left, it should have a logo of the the connection. give us a print screen of that when the psp is not on, and when the psp is on and finding a connection. that way we cna see if it piks up a signal and if its sending one out...
The icon in the bottom left of the task bar continuously shows the WIFI Max connected i.e right clicking and checking status. What I think is happening every time I log on the WIFI Max is immediately "connecting" to something, so when I try to connect the PSP it times out; strangely enough the PSP "sees" the WIFI Max when I search for available connections. I do feel this is a general configuration problem rather than a WIFI Max specific problem. Not that thats makes it any less of a pain in the backside.
While your trying to get it setup id disable all encryptions eg WEP
How are you setting up your psp automatically or manually?
whats the error your getting?
mine finds everything but when its going to connect it says...The key information exchange timed out...what should i do?
key information might mean your security is setup wrong try disabling the WEP encryption and see if it works.
Then if you get it connectedturn it back on.
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