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Solved: PSP WiFi

Discussion in 'Networking' started by mclarenvj, Apr 13, 2008.

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  1. mclarenvj

    mclarenvj Thread Starter

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    Hi, I have one the old 'brick' PSPs. It worked fine with a BT Voyager 2100 Wireless Router.
    Well we got a new shiny Belkin N1 MIMO Modem Router. It worked grand with my PSP. but after about a month when i do my System Update checks. I got this error message

    A connection error has occurred.
    A connection to the access point could not be established.
    Check the security settings for the network and try again.
    Connection Name: mowgli
    SSID:mowgli

    I use WPA-PSK (AES) Encryption

    This connection works wirelessly with all other wireless devices.
    It also used to work with the PSP.
    as many of you PSP owers know the current System Software is version 3.95
    I'm still on version 3.90 that was released ages ago.
    I can't even get onto the PSP website at the moment because its going soo slow from my PC.

    many thanks to you helpers
    VJ
     
  2. mclarenvj

    mclarenvj Thread Starter

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  3. dkdude

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    i had this prolem 2.. check and see if your psp WIFI is losse hold it up
     
  4. mclarenvj

    mclarenvj Thread Starter

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    dw i fixed it. It Because i had enabled MMS on my Router. I just had to disable MMS no acknowledgment
     
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