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I've been trying to install my new router to connect up my PS2. When i try and connect it to the network on my computer. An error comes up saying " Limited or no Connectivity"
What does this mean? All wires are in the correct places and connected correctly.
i think that u have a problem with your router.....if it says limited then that simply means you cannot connect any more wires to the router.....well, thats wut i think
You can't connect PS2 to your home network you can connect it to the internet through a router, but I think you are trying to hook it up to network and I suggest you check your settings
i'm not connecting my ps2 directly to my computer i know you can't do that. Im got an ethernet cable connected to a network card on my LAN port. the other end goes in the router. ive got an rj11 cable that goes from my router to an ADSL filter. two of the five lights are flashing on the router.
Besides, i got my router from a friend that has had a network on it before. So i know it works
me...i have my pst connected to the router right away with my 2 computers and the router is also connected to rogers high speed cable. My ps2 works fine...
Well I have a Belkin wireless router but I'm waiting to get a Wireless Game Adapter so I can hook it up to the PS2 and start playing online again
Your problem is that your going thru your LAN first. Your main DSL/Cable wire should go to your router first and then branch out to the rest of your components.
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ps3 Wanna be
I'll do this.
Next-gen Colin McRae in 2007
The next game in the Colin McRae series will hit the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC in 2007, it has been confirmed.
The game will officially be called 'DIRT: Colin McRae Off-Road' in North America, but 'Colin McRae: DIRT' in Europe, and will be released simultaneously across all three platforms.
The franchise has been known to be one of the best dirt racers available, as the next iteration hopes to provide the most diverse experience yet. Specific details are sketchy, but Codemasters have said the game will support a variety of vehicles, including 4x4s, trucks and rally cars, and will feature a number of dirt and road tracks.
We'll keep you up to date. In the mean time, check out some concept images over at IGN.
We should probably avoid directing people over to our rivals. We could collect the images and use them ourselves?
ps3 Wanna be
Ah ok, sorry.
What about the issue of watermarked images? It's pretty hard to find those concept images without some kind of logo.
We can just use IGN watermarked images.
ps3 Wanna be
Ok, I've sorted it.