Tutorial: Connecting Xbox Wireless-G Adapter to Xbox 360





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Published on Jan 1, 2008

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This is a brief and simple step-by-step process in using the Xbox Wireless-G Adapter for the Xbox 1 Console that can also be used on the Xbox 360 by following these simple steps,

1. Connect a ethernet cable from the Adapter to the 360.

2. Go to System Blade and in that go to Network Settings.

3. Then go to Wireless Mode to search for your Wireless Network, if there is a password required to enter it will automatically ask you what the password is and input it.

4. Make sure you set IP and DNS settings on Automatic. You might need to input the MAC Address on Additional Settings if it says IP Fails which you can find out the MAC Address by using your PC.

- Go to Start/Run and type CMD

- Then type ipconfig /all

- A list should be on there and one of the things listed is the MAC Address, copy what you see there and input it on the Xbox 360.

After that test your connection and you should be good. Remember you only pay around $60 and below instead of buying the Xbox 360's Network Wireless Adapter which costs $100. I hope this video helps out for those in need and I hope it saves up your money to spend it on games or whatever.

NOTE: Some people might have problems trying to get it to work with your console, though issues may vary and I don't have answers to all of them. Your best bet is to call Xbox 360 support, since both products are Microsoft 1st party products they are willing to help. Their number is 1-800-4MY-XBOX. Hope this Helps!


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