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#1 JeepTJ


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Posted 14 November 2013 - 02:19 PM

I have xbox live. The xbox 360 and the PC are using the same router. How do I find out if they are recognizing each other? How do I connect them? They are both working. 

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#2 j.stevens


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Posted 20 December 2013 - 11:27 AM

If you have bought and plugged in a wireless network adapter for the Xbox 360 then you should be able to connect to your router using the set up procedure featured in the link below:




If the router is not recognising your Xbox 360 then it could be a firewall issue. Temporarily disable it then re-try. If the problem persists then your SSID may be unrecognisable. In which case, it would just be easier to buy a straight network cable and to connect them directly. 


Hope I helped.

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