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Mesaging On the wii you can send messages to your friends. My friend and I refistered each other but it won't let me send a message to him. What am i doing wrong?!

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-Check whether your wireless internet working fine, go to Internet channel and type in any URL and see whether you can browse internet
-Just in case someone change your internet setting at Wii, set it up properly again:
http://www.wiichat.com/nintendo-wii-online/5820-official-wii-wireless-internet-connection-guide.html

Posted on Oct 01, 2008

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