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    ミュージック Gikoku Harakami's Avatar
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    The only suggestion I can give, is to get a wireless router, with a wireless adapter. Since you don't seem up to the whole Ethernet cable idea (personally I wouldn't like it either, just another long wire in the house). But the VGA adapter method works too.

    http://www.tigerdirect.com/applicati...p?EdpNo=628108

    ^ there's a great wireless router there, all you would need then is just a wireless adapter (i recommend one by the same brand).
    Last edited by Gikoku Harakami; 01-14-2008 at 12:13 PM.

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    Do you already have a WiFi router? If so, you can buy another one and set it up as a bridge/AP. Then you connect the 360 to one of the LAN ports on that router. Don't connect anything to it's WAN port. That second router will act as the go-between for your wired ethernet devices in your bedroom.

    Or you can get two "ethernet over power line" devices. Those use your house's electrical wiring as the network cable. Here's a link for Netgear's, but there's quite a few other manfs too.

    http://www.netgear.com/Products/Powe...rs/HDX101.aspx
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