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atucker22
01-27-2007, 12:51 PM
I just bought a DS Lite I heard about Wi-Fi and talked with my friends. They say Wi-Fi goes 60 yards but i think it goes world wide. Please tell me who is right and if it is built in or not
:happy:

Deoxys2000
01-27-2007, 01:12 PM
I just bought a DS Lite I heard about Wi-Fi and talked with my friends. They say Wi-Fi goes 60 yards but i think it goes world wide. Please tell me who is right and if it is built in or not
:happy:
It's Based On The Game.If The Game Has a Country Wi-Fi Connction
Or WorldWide Or Yards.

Xalapeno
01-27-2007, 01:23 PM
I'm not sure.
But wherever I go, I can get a signal like 300 ft away.
There has to be a wireless router for you to get a signal.
Then once you get the signal wait for it to be OK.
Then play around the world.
Here are the step I take.
1. Find anyplace with a signal. Do so by having any DS game that can go wi-fi.
2. Chose the option on the game that says wi-fi.
3. Chose wi-fi connections (or anything of that nature)
4. If it finds a signal then you will see locks. There are 3 colors. Gray,red,and blue.
5. Pick one of the blue ones. All others are useless.
6. then wait for the game to say :signal compatible.
7. Go and play wireless.
8. Now you are connected to the world.

I didn't really understand you but I gave it a shot. If you didn't understand me then restate your question so that I can try again.

Solarlegend
01-27-2007, 07:26 PM
is there even a difference besides the format and connection?

frondew
01-27-2007, 09:01 PM
I'm not sure.
But wherever I go, I can get a signal like 300 ft away.
There has to be a wireless router for you to get a signal.
Then once you get the signal wait for it to be OK.
Then play around the world.
Here are the step I take.
1. Find anyplace with a signal. Do so by having any DS game that can go wi-fi.
2. Chose the option on the game that says wi-fi.
3. Chose wi-fi connections (or anything of that nature)
4. If it finds a signal then you will see locks. There are 3 colors. Gray,red,and blue.
5. Pick one of the blue ones. All others are useless.
6. then wait for the game to say :signal compatible.
7. Go and play wireless.
8. Now you are connected to the world.

I didn't really understand you but I gave it a shot. If you didn't understand me then restate your question so that I can try again.

i tried that and it connects to my house but it never works, i had som1 come over and help me but it still didnt work, wut should i do??

Deoxys2000
01-28-2007, 02:20 PM
i tried that and it connects to my house but it never works, i had som1 come over and help me but it still didnt work, wut should i do??
I Think In Your House There's Something Disabled The Connection.
Coz I Heard Wi-Fi Does Not Work in Big Malls

Xalapeno
01-28-2007, 02:30 PM
Beats me.
I have wireless thingy but it won't get online.
I have to get a new computer later.
Maybe it's the computer model. If you have windows XP then there should be no problem.

Tamer Marco
01-28-2007, 02:48 PM
WiFi doesn't work anyway with interference from computer monitors, televisions, and etc. If you're sure your house has WiFi, try getting away from some of those things.

Xalapeno
01-28-2007, 02:57 PM
Wi-fi works even if theres computers and monitors.
The only thing that stops it from working is lead.
My friends have all of that and their Wireless works.
I just need a new computer for mine to work.

Tamer Marco
01-28-2007, 03:02 PM
Wi-fi works even if theres computers and monitors.
The only thing that stops it from working is lead.
My friends have all of that and their Wireless works.
I just need a new computer for mine to work.
My PSP uses WiFi all the time, and the manual tells me to back up from stuff that causes interference by at least 10 feet.

Xalapeno
01-28-2007, 03:36 PM
So??????
My friend used his PSP when the T.V was on.
I used the DS when it was on also.

Not everything is right.

Tamer Marco
01-28-2007, 04:07 PM
So??????
My friend used his PSP when the T.V was on.
I used the DS when it was on also.

Not everything is right.
Was he using WiFi? Or was he just playing a video game?

Xalapeno
01-28-2007, 06:17 PM
Both of us were on wi-fi.