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Bridging connection from my PC to my PS2


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I am having an issue because my wireless router is located on the 2nd floor of my home, and I want to play an online game on my ps2 on the bottom floor of my home on my bigger tv. I tried buying a power line adapter from Best Buy but it did not work probably because the electrical wiring in my house is too old (atleast that's what the Verizon Fios guy said). So he suggested that I bridge the wireless connection from my PC (which runs Windows Vista) to my PS2. He also said that there would be some technical things I would have to do on my PC for this to work. Does anyone have any idea or know of a website that can give me instructions on how to set this up??? :)
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