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Make sure you have created a NEW internet connection in your Wii System settings. Since you have changed your service, your old connection settings will no longer work. Go to your system settings from your main Wii menu, and select internet connection to set up a new one. If you have already tried to set up a new connection and still cannot connect to the internet, make sure your router security settings allow your Wii to connect to your wireless internet.
To solve this error, try to manually setup the Wii console using your network IP settings.
To do a manual setup of the Wii console using your network IP settings :
On a PC, click Start > Run > type CMD and press Enter >
type IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter. On Windows Vista, click Start >
type CMD in the Start Search box > click on CMD icon > type
IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter.
Locate IP settings and use them to manually set the Wii console.
Restart your wireless router by unpluging the power from the wall
and plugging it back in. Try to connect the Wii console to the internet.
You may also try to disable the wireless router security or firewall. Try again to connect the Wii console to the internet.
Wireless Connection 1. On the Wii console's main menu, click on the 'Wii button' in the lower left corner. 2. This will take you to the settings screen. On this screen, click on 'Wii Settings'. 3. In the 'Wii System Settings', click on the blue arrow on the right to reach the second screen of options. On this screen, click the 'Internet' button. 4. Select 'Connection Settings'. 5. Select an open connection, indicated by 'None'. 6. Select 'Wireless Connection'. 7. Select 'Search for an Access Point'. 8. At this point, the Wii console will search for any identifiable Access Points nearby. Once this search has completed, you will be directed to choose the Access Point that you wish to connect to. Click 'OK' to display the list of available Access Points. 9. Select your Access Point from the list of available Access Points. If your connection appears as a closed padlock, then the Access Point requires a security code or passphrase. The security code or passphrase can usually be found on the security tab of your wireless router settings. If your connection signal appears yellow or red, the stability or strength of the connection is not optimal. If possible, remove any obstacles between the Wii console and the Access Point. I've also found that changing the channel on your router to channel 1 or channel 11 can sometimes help with singal stability and strength. 10. Click 'Save' followed by 'OK' to save your connection settings... 11. ...and select OK again to start an automatic connection test. If the test succeeds, Internet Setup is complete and your Wii conosle is wirelessly connected!
Error 52230 is a problem with your router's firewall.
If you are using America Online (AOL) broadboad, you may experience
problems connecting the Wii console to the internet. Contact AOL for more assistance.
If you are using wireless routers with Comcast firmware, you may
experience problems connecting the Wii console to the internet because
of incompatibilities with the Wii console. If this is your problem, then you likely need to get a new router or switch ISPs.
If you are using a Netgear wireless router, disable the SPI firewall
setting which is usually found under the WAN Settings of your wireless
router. To get to the WAN settings, on your computer, type in 192.168.0.1 in your address bar.
the main channel menu on the Wii, hit the Wii button. Then navigate to
Wii Settings > Internet (page 2). Select an empty connection, choose
your connection type and then follow the on-screen instructions. You
should first try choosing "Automatic" or "Auto-Detect" whenever
possible. If that doesn't work, try using Manual settings.
Select the "Wii" button in the lower left corner of the main screen, then go to "Wii Settings." Find the "Internet" button, and click it, then click "Connection Settings." Select a connection, choose "wireless connection," and then hit "Search for an Access Point."
Wait for it to do it's thing, then click "Select Access Point." Select your wireless network and enter the neccassary Key/password if applicable, then click "Ok" to save the settings.
The Wii will then test your connection, and if all is well you will be required to update your system by downloading the newest software for it, which will happen automatically.
Check if your wireless router is set up to DHCP (this means that it gives out ip adresses automaticly) If its nbot set to that, or it cant be set to DHCP, Try setting the Wii to manual ip, choose something like 192.168.0.150 or 192.168.1.150
As these are often used ip lines.
go to the wii settings then set connection as connection 2 then set it for wireless access then search for your router then input wpa-psk or wep key then i should start to connect then it should upgrade then connection complete then go back to wii main menu
log on to the router and get the right wireless key
if the router has multiple solts to enter wifi key select to 1
if the above is right its its to do with mac filterting
if the mac filtering is enable u must add wii mac address to allowed list
if the mac filter is disabled no probs
try changing the channel set to 11
set the wireless to mixed or b/g mode
try manul set up of wii
try turning off the router and wii then confuguring again
hope this will fixya