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Ok well this christmas im getting a xbox 360 and im also getting xbox live and i need to be able to access the internet and i dont wanna have to run a 75 ft cable through my house from the basement to the upstairs and i dont wanna pay 100 bucks for a wireless adapter for the 360 . So is there anyway to hook my xbox 360 up to my computer to get internet (my computer uses a wireless pci card adapter to get internet )
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post #2 of 21
Use your rear port on the mobo, connect it to the 360 and bridge the connection/share connection... that should work (might lag because of the feeding from a wireless connection but you never know)
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i got my wireless adapter from Paul Divo here on these forums for 70 dollars.. it was well worth it
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hmm i tried making the bridge and no dice, it doesn't work it says invalid ip address
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you could buy one of the older linksys wireless game adapters, their cheaper and they work
    
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post #6 of 21
I suppose, but if I am going to be going and buying wireless adapters, I would just buy the one that clips to the back of the 360 nicely
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Could trying buying some of the powerline adapter things. They plug into an electrical outlet, and use the existing power wires in your house as the network cables.
http://www.netgear.com/Products/Powe...ers/XE102.aspx

Never used them, so don't know how fast they work and stuff.
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post #8 of 21
Would probably just be cheaper to ge the wireless adapter for the 360.
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post #9 of 21
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Originally Posted by K092084 View Post
Could trying buying some of the powerline adapter things. They plug into an electrical outlet, and use the existing power wires in your house as the network cables.
http://www.netgear.com/Products/Powe...ers/XE102.aspx

Never used them, so don't know how fast they work and stuff.
very good idea a little expensive at 74.95 a piece and needing two....
thanks anyway rep+
post #10 of 21
The MS adapter is nice. I was disappointed that I could not attach a larger antenna to it (the 360 was inside a cabinet, and I wanted an antenna on top of the cabinet). Ohh well, my 360 will be gone tomorrow morning.
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