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pherny

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hello everyone im trying to connect my ps2 online through ics but it seems not to be working...my question is that if my adsl usb modem is connected to my pc n i have an internet connection can my nic be used for ics to connect the cable frm my nic to the network adapter on the ps2??....
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No it cannot... you must purchase a router or switch that is located on the hardware compatibility list from the Sony web site.
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just for more info....how come i can connect the crossover cable frm my nic to my bros nic on his pc n share a connection but not on the ps2?....
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ps2's and xbox's use a different operating language than PC's, thus you cant share the connection (or Bridge the connection as it's called, from Pc to Pc). But you can actually add an addittional hard drive on your ps2 or xbox to load a differrent Program/OS similiar to EvolutionX or one of its spawns. I cannot assist you with this on Geeks to Go though, due to it being a violation of the Geeks Terms of Service.
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