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hi daphne, follow these steps it shud work The Nintendo Wii system is changing how people game by swinging people into action with their motion activated controlled. Share the fun of this system by connecting to the Internet. Gain more functionality out of your Wii by using it for things like browsing the web, receiving updates, and downloading games. Difficulty: Moderately Easy Things You'll Need: Nintendo Wii High-speed internet access Wireless router Nintendo Wii LAN Adapter Ethernet cable Router or modem PC running Windows XP Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector Instructions Connect a Nintendo Wii to the Internet through a Wireless Router 1. Turn on your Nintendo Wii by plugging it into a power source and pressing the power button. 2. Press the "A" button on your Wii controller to continue from the warning screen. 3. Select "Wii" button in the left hand corner of the main menu, by using your Wii remote to move the hand shaped cursor over the "Wii" button and pressing the "A" button on the controller to select the Wii options. 4. Click the "Wii Settings" box on the right. 5. Select the left arrow to scroll over to more options. Then select "Internet" from the list and "Connection Settings." 6. Choose an open connection by selecting the "Connection 3: None" option, then the "Wireless Connection" option, and the "Search for an Access Point Option." 7. Choose the access point you want to use from the list that will be displayed. Save the settings by clicking "OK." Then click "OK" to start a connection test. When the test is complete you are connected. Connect a Nintendo Wii to the Internet with a Wii LAN Adapter 8. Insert the Wii LAN Adapter into the USB port on the back of the console. 9. Connect an Ethernet cable from your modem or router to the adapter. 10. Turn on the Wii console. 11. Click the "Wii" options button in the lower left hand corner. Select the "Wii Settings" option by clicking on the left square. Scroll to list more options by clicking on the blue arrow to the left of the screen. Choose "Internet" from the list of options. 12. Select "Connection Status," then "Connection 3: None" and "Wired Connection." 13. Click "OK" to initiate the connection test. When the test is done you should be connected. Connect a Nintendo Wii to the Internet through a PC 14. Insert the CD that came with the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector into a PC running Windows XP that is connected to high speed internet. When the setup window appears click "OK" to start the installation. 15. Choose your language and click "OK". 16. Insert the connector into a USB port on the PC when prompted. Hook the connector directly to the PC as ports on the monitor and keyboard will not work. 17. Click on the registration tool on the Windows task bar. 18. Turn on the Wii console. Click the "Wii" options button in the lower-left corner. Select the "Wii Settings" option by clicking on the left square. Scroll to list more options by clicking on the blue arrow to the left of the screen. Choose "Internet" from the list of options. 19. Select "Connection Status," then "Connection 3: None" and "Wireless Connection." Choose "Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector" from the options list, then "Next" to continue. 20. Return to your PC and you will find your Wii listed in the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector Registration Tool window. Click on your Wii's name and select "Grant Permission to Connect." 21. Return to your Wii and click "Next" for the setup completion window, and then click "OK" to run the connection test. Tips
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.
It appears that the wii wants to work with wap security not wep. Need to go into the router with the 192.168.200.1 gateway. Next o to the security tab. Set up wap2 security password. On the drop down menu choose tkip and aes (both) setting. On the wii I would clear out the wireless settings and then set up a new wireless connection. Search for said and choose your router. Hit connect and enter your password. Save settings and have the wii connect, should get a connection successful message. Grab some popcorn and enjoy Netflix.
Connect a Nintendo Wii to the Internet through a
Turn on your Nintendo Wii by plugging it into a power source
and pressing the power button.
Press the "A" button on your Wii controller to continue from
the warning screen.
Select "Wii" button in the left hand corner of the main menu,
by using your Wii remote to move the hand shaped cursor over the "Wii"
button and pressing the "A" button on the controller to select the Wii
Click the "Wii Settings" box on the right.
Select the left arrow to scroll over to more options. Then
select "Internet" from the list and "Connection Settings."
Choose an open connection by selecting the "Connection 3:
None" option, then the "Wireless Connection" option, and the "Search for
an Access Point Option."
Choose the access point you want to use from the list that
will be displayed. Save the settings by clicking "OK." Then click "OK"
to start a connection test. When the test is complete you are connected.
I don't know how to link a wireless nunchuck but you probably have to hit the button on the wii remote where the batterys are and if there's some sort version of that on the wireless nunchuck then you probably would have to hit that and the wii remotes one and pray for the best.
Hopethis works cause if it doesn't well I don't know. :0
If your controller does not power up then it is because it has not been synced to the console.
I do not know what system you have so I can not tell you how to do this.
For instance, If you have a Wii, you need to turn on the wii, open the battery cover on the controller. Press the little red button. Then open the little door on the wii where you put the memory card and hit that red button. that should connect the controller to the Wii.
For Xbox 360: 1) Turn on 360 (ring of light) and controller (Start or Guide button).
2) Press the Connect button on the 360.
3) Press the Connect button that's at the top of the controller, next to the slot for a charging cord.
4) Everything spins and flashes, and syncs up.
If you have PS3 then:
Plug your controller into the console with the usb cable, then hit the PS button. that will sync it to the PS3 then you can unplug it.
Unfortunately you cannot insert your USB modem into your Wii and have it recognized. Your Wii does not have the ability to operate plug and play devices in the way that your lap top does. The Wii needs to be hooked up to a LAN (local area network) via a wireless G connection from a wireless router or wireless capable modem, or hard wired to a modem or router with an ethernet cable (looks like a big phone wire).
There is a way to share your lap tops internet connection using an ethernet switch (depending on your operating system). If this is an option that you wish to explore and you have the necessary hardware, re-post asking how to set up a shared internet connection using a computer as a residential gateway. Depending on your operating system this can be done quite easily. You will need a computer with an internet connection (which you have), a 10/100 Ethernet switch, and two Ethernet cables. A switch is relatively inexpensive and the wires are as well.
to connect your wii to the internet connect to the following link or read the following instructions http://systemsetup.nintendo.com.au/Connecting_Online
to connect your wii to the internet you will need to provide a wireless internet access point for it to find. you will need:
a computer connected to broadband internet a wireless router OR Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector OR Wii LAN Adapter your wii console to be nearby all of the above
If you are using the LAN Adapter you must plug the USB connection into the back of your wii console and the other end to your internet modems ethernet port. (follow steps below)
if you are using a wireless connection follow steps below.
Turn on your wii and on the main menu select 'wii' in the bottom left hand corner On the next screen, select 'wii settings' 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. Select 'connection settings' select an open connection indicated by 'none' select the corresponding option, Wired or Wireless connection
Wired: (follow steps below)
Wireless: Select the corresponding option, Search for an access point or Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector the wii will search for an access point, select the access point you wish to connect to, and save the settings
The wii will now do a test connection and do a system update, the wii will now use that connection point to acces the online services