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Topic # 7623 28-Apr-2006 21:20
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hey I got a Nintendo DS and a Nintendo DS wireless USB Wifi connector and I am just wandering if I can change some settings with my antivirus so that I can use the Nintendo DS without turning off the firewall?  Thanks soo much  




      

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  Reply # 34252 28-Apr-2006 22:47
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Why can't you use it with the firewall on now?



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  Reply # 34255 29-Apr-2006 00:05
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because whenever I try to connect to the internet with my Nintendo DS and theres no signal but when I turn the firewall off there is a signal




      

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 34262 29-Apr-2006 09:31
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Is the connection (USB Adaptor) recognised by your antivirus/firewall as a safe/secure/trusted connection?
And what antivirus are you using etc?
firewall part of your antivirus?



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  Reply # 34265 29-Apr-2006 11:26
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I use Trend Micro and it should be coz it came with a popup window asking if I want to accept the connection of the USB adapter. I don't know if that helps but yeah thats all I can think of at the moment




      

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  Reply # 34439 1-May-2006 19:06
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You should accept that by the sounds of it



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  Reply # 34454 1-May-2006 20:56
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is there anyway that I can check to see if I have accepted it?




      

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