Wireless xbox 360

By scubasteve374
Jul 10, 2007
  1. Sooo, I've been forced out of my awesome tv room, into a room where i can not run a lan cable. I am aware that Microsoft makes a wireless adapter, but i do not feel like spending $120. Is it possible to use a non xbox wireless adapter? Thanks for the help!
  2. Carbonated

    Carbonated TS Rookie Posts: 16

    I remember hearing about some guy hacking a wireless adapter to work with his 360 but that seemed like major unless youre good wiht programming i dont think theres any other choice.

    PS does Habitat H20 ring a bell with you?
  3. Supra

    Supra TS Enthusiast Posts: 190

    You can get a wireless bridge if you like, they are little boxes that you can connect a short ethernet cord from your 360 to and they can connect to a wireless access point(router).
  4. Athar

    Athar TS Rookie

    Require Help on Xbox 360


    I bought brand new xbox 360 earlier this month, while playing or watching movies a "black rectangle" appears on screen of TV. if i change the channnel and comes back it goes away.

    Can somebody help why it happens and what should I do make it go forever.
    Will appreciate your help


  5. RedWolf55AJ

    RedWolf55AJ TS Rookie Posts: 20

    A wireless bridge huh, you may have just solved my post!!

    How affordable are they, and do they work with ATT Dsl modems and linksys routers
  6. twite

    twite TechSpot Paladin Posts: 937

    Linksys (cheaper)

    Microsoft brand

    The linksys seems to do the same same as the microsoft brand adapter, and is on average $30 less.

    Just beware, if you have any encryption on your network, the Linksys will not work out of the box. You will need to connect it to a PC first, configure it with software, then connect it to your xbox.
  7. RedWolf55AJ

    RedWolf55AJ TS Rookie Posts: 20

    It won't work for encrypted vista connections. I'll find a different brand or something
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