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Passwords Having let my sons friend set up my wireless internet connection i have tired to connect my Wii to the internet. I need the password which i think is 16 digits. Unfortunately the numbers/letters for this have since been lost and i have no idea how i can get the wii to connect. Has anyone got a solution? Thanks

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If you don't know the WEP key, then the security is working (ironic, isn't it?)

If you want the Wii online, you will need to log into the router's interface and disable encryption entirely or (depending on the router) simply change the security key.

Bear in mind that if you change the key, all the other wireless devices will no longer work until you update them with the proper key.

Hope this helps - be sure to rate :)

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