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My wii nintendo channel keep coming up as error code 261412 every time i load it. This code comes up after you send the info

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Error codes within that range usually refer to a communication problem with Nintendo's network. :1: Make sure your Wii has an internet connection, you can test this using the shopping channel, internet channel or by sending a Wii-mail to a freand. ::2: Go in to the setting panel and run a firmware (system) update to ensure you have the latest firmware. :::3: Try again at a less busy time of day, 15:00 on a week day is usually quiet. If you still have problems after a firmware (system) update message back. Nick. :)

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