Question about Nintendo Mario Kart (Wii) for Wii
Seems all settings are correct and can connect to wfc but cannot find any players to race against on worldwide or europe?
I have had the same problem. Sometimes it is a problem with the Nintendo servers, according to my fellow MKWii Clan members. Most of the time it seems to be caused by a problem with your Wii connecting to other Wii's. Disconnect from WiFi, go to Main menu. Turn off the Wii, at the console, holding the button 'till the light goes red. Give it a minute. then turn off the power and unplug the Wii. Then turn off your Router. Give it 5 mins. then turn on your router, waiting 'till broadband is up and running, then plug in and turn on the Wii. then try to go WorldWide.This has worked for myself and many of my MKWii Clan members, and it generally sorts the problem.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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