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Its just not working

I used to use the wired ways

once i tried to use the adapter

it did not work

it tells that its on and working properly

but it is not

help me pleas

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Cant i work with 2 connections ??

wired and wireless ?

Posted on Sep 14, 2008

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Dissable your wired network card in network connections and then the ip address will be allocated to your wireless instaed, click refresh a few times in internet explorer.

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The wired and wireless speed will always be different.
The maximum wired speed will be 100 Mbps. That means the wired connection is working properly.
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First check whether you have a wireless adapter on your computer ?

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Right click on MY COMPUTER ==> properties ==> Device Manager ==>
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Click START ==> Control Panel ==> In the right hand side at the top you will see " Classic View "
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If you do not see wireless adapter in the Device manager , then either you do not have the adapter or the wireless adapter is not working .If you see "yellow exclamation mark" on the wireless adapter, that means the drivers are not installed for the adapter or not working. Reinstall the drivers.
Once your adapter is working properly , try to connect to the wireless network.

If you are installing the external wireless adapter to the computer and if you are using Windows 2000 or Windows 98 , ME, then you will have to connect to the wireless network using the utility of that adapter.
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Wireless Adapter is a device that will receive the wireless signals and will make your computer wireless adapter. without the wireless adapter you can not use the computer to connect to the wireless network. Now a days all the laptops and desktops are equipped with the built in wireless adapters.
First check whether you have a wireless adapter on your computer ?

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Here, this is directly from Nintendo-Costumer Service

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Make sure that the word "Wii" and the model number "RVL-002 (USA)" molded into the AC adapter. Unlicensed products are not fully compatible and may not work correctly.
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2. Swing the prongs on the AC adapter until they lock into place, then insert it into a standard (120 volt) outlet.

The plug should be mounted vertically or on a floor outlet (such as a power strip).

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4. Once the DS Lite is fully charged, the orange charge light will go off.

Check the AC Adapter for damage (such as bent prongs or split wires). If you see damage to the AC Adapter, purchase a replacement from Nintendos Online Store.

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