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    JG
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    i know that there is one called "WiFlyer" but i wanted to know if anyone else knew of others that could be better or lower priced. i'm plannig on getting one and i don't want to waste my $$$. thanx for any help.


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    You are just trying to get your dial-up connection wireless right? You don't need a router. If you a wireless nic installed in your computer, right click your dail-up connection and choose share, it should ask which nic you want to use and then select your nic. You should then be able to connect onto your computer with your psp. If that doesn't work, you could you use a wired nic with a normal wireless router. Do the same steps just connect your nic to the internet port on your router.

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    i didn't really understand what you said but thanx. i'll try searching up on what you said in google and hopefully i'll find something. have you tried this yourself and did it work? is online play in it okay or does it suk compared to a broadband ?

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    whats a wireless nic?

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    well of course everything sucks compared to broadband

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    Quote Originally Posted by chadp13
    whats a wireless nic?
    Wireless Network Interface Card. Either would fit into a PCI slot in your computer or also sold as USB.

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    Its for laptops.
    And its not dial up.

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