nintendo wifi stick to psp on win 7

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Dec 2, 2009
  1. scizo
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    anyone know where i can get drivers modified for psp with my nintendo wifi stick on windows 7? i wanna use xkai but i cant stupid windows wont recognize the drivers. pls help me.
     
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    can this happen with a nintendo WiFi usb stick?
    I'm on Windows XP. [​IMG] I'm googleing...

    To your question, there may be a Windows 7 driver that you have to install, or Windows Update will do it for you.
    Also, i found this for xlink kai
    i don't know if it is of any use.
     
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    I just followed a tut to use my Nintendo WiFi as a normal WiFi and it worked! [​IMG]
    I can now use WiFi [​IMG] - Though the only game i could play right now is SOCOM lol
     
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    yeah the drivers i got isnt an exe its just an INF file and it wont load on win 7 it says not compatible
     
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    Wait, what? is this a way to access online multiplayer for PSP games?
     
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    Only ad-hoc games, and it looks like you have to buy the wi-fi usb from xlink kai for ad-hoc.
     
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    or just get a regular wireless router and stop buying these garbage usb wifi devices with their incompatibilities and horrible performance \ect...
     
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    i got a wireless router, u still need the wifi stick for xkai
     

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