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I just went and tryed to connect to ps3 online, and it said IP Adress is obtained a time out and failed?


what does this mean

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  1. it means your internet connection settings aren’t right. Did you put in the right WEP key? or maybe other things could have gone wrong. first, what kind of connection are you putting up? wired or wireless?

  2. that means you won’t get internet i get that all the

    time =( disconnect your router and connect it after 60 seconds

    pick me as best answer

  3. Make sure you have DSL, Broadband and Cable Modem.

    If you have just the Dial Up Internet high speed. It will not work and get a problem.

    This is only for extra info:

    Do alot of research first before buying it.

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    Also the Xbox Elite will have the same components that are still Made In China. I bought a Xbox 360 Premium in Oct 2006 and now it gave me a 3 red ring light. Im planning to return it and get my money back. Im not confident and playing xbox console anymore. I think they have the best games in the world but not the best console. Sorry to say.

    UK-based games consoles repair company Micromart has been fixing video game systems for over a decade. On its website it advertises that it will repair PlayStation 2, original Xbox, PSP and replace screens for other handheld systems.

    Micromart, which used to repair the Xbox 360, has posted a notice on its website that it “has now withdrawn from offering a repair service for the dreaded 3 Red Lights fault.”

    The company states that, “This problem is endemic on the Xbox 360 console and the volume has made this repair non-viable.” Micromart will also no longer fix Xbox 360 consoles that display screen freezing problems. The company, however, will continue to support all other repairs to the consoles.

    “We were seeing about 30 a week before we pulled the plug on the service,” said Micromart’s Jeff Croft to GamesIndustry. “We saw it over a period of several months and it was just getting worse. It began towards the end of last year. Once the twelve month warranty finished then we started to see more and more machines being sent in to be looked at.”

    “The work we had done to the console lead us to believe that basically it was a fault with the motherboard and not something that could be resolved easily. And it wasn’t going to go away,” continued Croft.

    “We’re not taking that thing on board; we won’t repair them. We originally did some work with it but it’s labour intensive and it isn’t really a feasible repair for us to undertake. We would probably end up charging GBP 100 [$202] for a repair and we still wouldn’t be happy with the end result,” he added.

    Do not buy the Elite. Buy the PS3 instead. Finally, the PS3 price drop. 499 dollars now. 100 bucks off.

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