usb thing

Discussion in 'NDS - Flashcarts and Accessories' started by Reaper, Nov 15, 2008.

  1. Reaper
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    How much is one of those USB WiFi cards? And from where do I buy it?
     
  2. MyauChanDesu

    MyauChanDesu Kamineko is GOD.

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    Purchase them where you usually purchase legal ds carts~ [​IMG]

    my one costs AU$65
     
  3. Hehe Moo

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    Do you mean a Nintendo Wi-fi USB Connector?
     
  4. DeMoN

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    They're discontinued, expensive as hell, and they work like shit.

    Why would you want one anyways? Just get a router.
     
  5. Hehe Moo

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    Yes, but router is easily hacked. WEP code..

    EDIT: Who says they're discontinued?
     
  6. MyauChanDesu

    MyauChanDesu Kamineko is GOD.

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    most prolly
     
  7. Reaper
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    If I use my router I can't use internet on my PC.
     
  8. Galacta

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    Crap! I got my Wi-fi USB for about AU$49.95 from JB Hi-fi, Australia.

    Dood you got ripped.
     
  9. Cheater388

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    That's a misconception. My computers and DS share internet side-by-side.

    Oh, and by the way, if your router is hacked easily, then DON'T LET IT BE HACKED EASILY! Encrypt the connection with a WEP key, have a dynamic IP address (which is automatically changed every so often), have a really wacky subnet mask and gateway IP, use the MAC Address filter on your router, etc, etc... a router is not a bad piece of hardware, so don't go saying something sucks because you're lazy to change any settings.