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    Non wireless router + Wifi connection

    I have a non wireless linksys router, and a Sony PSP, which of course can accept a Wifi connection to play online games etc. Is there any type of PCI card i can get to plug into my computer that will allow the computer to broadcast a signal, thus letting me connect to the internet using my PSP?

    Thanks for any help

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    i bevile if you get a wifi card for ur pc, ur psp can connected to it, and ur pc will send the connection though, i could be wrong
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    Thanks, any confimation of this, and any recommended cards for a good price?

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    A wireless router and a wireless card are about the same price, you might as well get the router.

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    i say get a wireless router istead of a card on the pc, probably be easier to set up too. no worry of the comp not passing protocalls and stuff like that. plus you dont have to have your comp running whenever you wantto use the psp online and wont have to mess with it after a reformat or anytihng like that.
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