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I've tried that mate, the internet stays on the pc but not on the ps3. I bought a wire today anyways, have yet to try it out like. Maybe it could give me an idea as to whats wrong. It's weird becasue it was working fine yesterday online as well :S
Yeah, good thing you're gonna try hardwiring it. The problem resides in one of 2 places:
1. Your wireless router. I doubt it, but it is entirely possible that your router is the cause. How far away from the router is your PS3? Are there lots of walls and metal objects in between your router and your PS3? Do you ever have wireless connectivity issues with your PC and/or laptop?
2. Your PS3. It is possible that the wireless antenna (or whatever the PS3 has) is faulty and doesn't send/receive a strong enough signal.
Using the wire should give you an idea of where the problem might reside. In the event that you find out it is the router, I suggest buying this one right here
. This is the one I use at home, and I have never had a problem with it. Ever.
I tried the wire yesterday, it was perfect, nothing wrong whatsoever. I can't be sure if it is number one you mention because the router is connected to the pc by a wire, is there anyway i can test that do you know ?. There router is in one room, on top of a desk and higher and furter away than the PC, then a small 2-3 meter passage way and then my room is next to the passage and the ps3 is right next to the door. I keep the pc door open as well so really the two are only about 3 metres away from each other with no metal objects in the way. When i check the network connection it is usually around 65+.
This is the router i've got http://www.netgear.com/Products/Routersand...rs/WGR614L.aspx
. Cheers for your help mate.