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You can find all configuration options under System, then you choose the item you want to configure.

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Why can't i connect


If by hub, you mean your wireless network (router), there is most likely one of two reasons. It may be possible that you are utilizing the incorrect security protocol, or that your router is not configured to communicate with the Wii 802.11 standards configuration.

In both scenarios you will need to dig into your router's configuration setup. Some of today's routers have this integrated into a program right on your PC or Mac. However, most router configurations are done via web browser. The specific IP or your router may vary from others. You can find it in your manual, or another good resource is www.portforward.com. There you can find a variety of different network improvement walkthroughs, but more importantly in your case you can find the specific IP(s) of your router, and also the original administrative credentials.

Once you have accessed the configuration you will need to find out what specific security protocol your network is using (the default on newer routers is generally WPA2 Personal). If it is not WPA2, you will need to manually configure your Wii's connections settings to reflect the correct protocol (the Wii's default is WPA). In this case and the next you will need to make the correct selections going through the manual connection process.

The latter scenario is much more probable if you are working with a newer 802.11ac compatible router or even more recent 802.11n dual band routers. From your router's wireless configuration menu you will need to verify that the wireless mode is setup to communicate with 802.11b and/or 802.11g (these are the two utilized by the Wii itself). Some of the more recent routers (especially ac models) may not be configured to work with the older IEEE standards. The newer routers may be configured to communicate with one, the other, or both 802.11n and 802.11ac. You will need to ensure that your wireless network is working with the legacy standards.

In all likelihood, correcting one of the these two things will enable your network to speak with the Wii. Good luck.

May 03, 2014 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Twher can i find my wap pass phrase


The WPA encryption key is in the wireless setting of your wireless router.
Some later modelwireless routers have the Password (ie.Encryption key) and the SSID alreadyconfigured in the wireless router and this information is printed on a label onthe bottom of the router.
These settings can be used to configure the wireless card and wireless adaptersin your computer/laptop.
If these settings do not suit you, then it can be changed to suit yourrequirements.
The encryption key secures your data and wireless connection from unauthorizedaccess.To configure the wireless settings in the router, connect a LAN cablefrom your computer to the wireless router, then open a Browser on your computerand enter the router's configuration IP address, then enter the admin login andpassword and then go to the wireless settings and configure the SSID andEncryption key.
The router's encryption key can be a Passphrase or the WEP or WPA or WPA2key.If you use the Passphrase method select either WEP or WPA or WPA2 togenerate the encryption key. You can enter the WEP or WPA or WPA2 key with 8 to63 ASCII characters or 64 Hex digits.

Dec 05, 2011 | Microsoft Xbox Console

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Wats the security key for wep


This NetworkKey is either the WEP, or WPA or WPA2 Encryption key that is used toconfigure the Wireless Router. The Passphrase is an alternate way tosetup the Encryption key.
When you are requested for a Network Key, you can just enter the Passphrasethat was used to configure the Encryption key in the wireless router.http://www.fixya.com/support/r5270415-network_password_network_addressFor information on securing your wireless network,configuring the wireless router and configuring the wireless card in thelaptop/computer, please click on this link and follow my instructions :-http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security

Nov 14, 2011 | Nintendo DSi Black Console

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Not able to configurate wi-fi


Hello,

Are you able to provide more details on why exactly you can't configure it? Maybe you are getting an error. I wrote a tech article that goes over how to configure your Nintendo Wii to the internet and you can click here to read it.

Regards,
G33k

May 22, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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It goes straight to configure but there is nothing to configure


I will ask that once you are on the console and it goes to configure, all you have to do is press reset but sometimes it fails what you do is unplug the power from the console not from the power out-let. check 

Dec 30, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 Slimline Console

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Cant configure my PCSX2 emulator


Just follow the guide at this link

PCSX2.net - Guide

or u can get help from this link also...

X-Win 32 PC X Server

I hope this will help you.

Sep 22, 2009 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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Screen says browser system configuration


do you have memory cards with system configuration on them??

Aug 30, 2008 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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I am able to start the game but its not working fine


It's takes a while to configure PCSX2 properly, and one thing you'll notice is that for a few games you'll have to go back and reconfigure it all just for one game. I can't just tell you one configuration. Because that configuration would only work well on my system because of my hardware. That was the reason why i sent you to those sites. I can give you some tips though.

Start the PCSX2 emulator (whichever one of the two .exe's you're using) and move the program to the side so you can see all of the black window. The black window scans your computer processor for what it supports. When it is done it will tell you what your chipset supports (ex. 3DNOW, SSE, SSE2 etc etc) Start by taking that info and go into CPU settings. And set everything according to those specs. If you're using a dual core processor or quad core make sure the dual core option support setting is set correctly. After you have configured those settings the next two most important places to configure is the video card setting and the sound card settings. You'll have to experiment with the different plugins they give you in that drop down window.

I'm sorry I wish there was just one magical configuration I could give you that would give you 100% success in every game PS2 has ever created. Unfortunately no one can. And no such thing exists. But your emulation problems with the game have to deal with 1 or all of the following things.

1.) bad cpu configuration (in the pcsx2 program itself)
2.) bad video card plugin configuration (in the pcsx2 program itself)
3.) bad sound card plugin configuration (in the pcsx2 program itself)

As I stated before make sure to read this page .::HERE::. it explains every plugin and what it does.

Jul 16, 2008 | Sony PlayStation 2 (PS2) Console

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WiFi query


    First DS (system you are transferring the ID from)

  1. Turn on any Nintendo WFC-compatible game and access the WFC Setup Utility. (Consult the game manual for the game you are playing for specific information.)
  2. Tap "Options."
  3. Tap "Transfer Nintendo WFC Configuration."
  4. Tap "Ok", then tap "Ok" again.
  5. Second DS (system you are transferring the ID to)

  6. Remove all games from the DS you wish to transfer the settings to, then turn the system on.
  7. On the DS's main menu, select "DS Download Play."
  8. Select "Nintendo WFC Configuration Transfer."
  9. Tap "Yes" when asked if you want to download the software. The word "Downloading..." will appear.
  10. First DS

  11. On the DS with Nintendo WFC configuration, tap "Ok" to confirm that you wish to transfer the configuration.
  12. Second DS (system you are transferring the ID to)

    • If there is an existing configuration on the new DS, tap "Ok" to confirm that you wish to overwrite the existing configuration.
    • Once the transfer begins, it will take about half a minute.

    Both DS Systems

  13. Once the configuration has been transferred, tap "Ok" to save the changes and shut each system off.

All of the Friend Codes you had given or received on the previous Nintendo DS will now work in the Nintendo DS system you transferred the ID to.


I just copied that from nintendo.com's customer service for you... it's better than how I could explain it.

Oct 22, 2007 | Nintendo DS Lite Console

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