Category: Computers > Internet
Asked by: vinnie8-ga
List Price: $2.00
22 Oct 2006 03:45 PDT
Expires: 21 Nov 2006 02:45 PST
Question ID: 775755
Hi, I want to connect my son's PSP to the internet co that he can play games and download software to enable him to listen to WMA and other "not supported" music formats. My home computer is on BT broadband via a BT ASDL router but it is not wireless. Thank you in advance for any help you can provide, regards, Vinnie
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Re: psp help
From: dasaini408-ga on 22 Oct 2006 11:24 PDT
The dsl unit you are refering to is probably a modem. You will need to buy a wireless router and hook it up to the modem. Your computer can connect via a wireless or wired connection, and your PSP can connect via a wireless connection. If you buy any of the major brand name routers, they provide great instructions on setting up the router. They usually provide a toll free tech support number as well.
Re: psp help
From: rollerpig-ga on 01 Nov 2006 08:41 PST
also, if you dont want to spend money on a modem, many high street cafe's restaurants have a wireless network. For example most McDonalds restaurants have a wireless network, starbucks have one but i'm told they charge for its use.
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