Then you'll need to configure your wireless network in order for it to work properly.
If you can't purchase a wireless network adapter and you don't have one installed on your computer you will need to wire your Xbox directly to your router via ethernet cable.
Many gamers prefer this method anyway because even though there are cords involved the connection speeds are much faster than if you were connected wirelessly.
You will be able to get the most out of your Xbox live experience if you have a quick and reliable connection.
You will normally find an ethernet cable in your Xbox and/or router packaging.
If you don't have an extra you can buy them pretty cheap.
You may even be able to call your local internet company and see if they'll just send one out to you.
You can use any router to connect your Xbox to Xbox live.
All you need to do is make sure you have a wireless network adapter or a connection from your Xbox to your router using an ethernet cable.
Setup for both methods is very easy but if you do have questions on how to set it up or you're experiencing any difficulty it's likely that you can find out what you need to fix by doing a bit of research online.
Many other people have hooked up their Xbox live router and have posted the same questions online already that you may have too.
You can find a lot of help on the internet and you can also contact the internet company so they can make sure you are connected properly.
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