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Update/Nintendo Network ID Help

I have had my Wii U since launch and I have always had trouble when it comes to connecting to the internet. I was finally able to update my Wii U a few days ago. Now i want to purchase games off the eshop, but when i try to login to my Nintendo Network ID(which I made on my 3ds) it tells me I need to update. So I try to update(moved my Wii U into the room with the router and made sure there was no interference) and it gives me the error code: 105-4256. I look up the code on nintendo's support website and it gives me a solution. Guess what, the solution they give is to login to your Nintendo Network ID! I can't log in until I update. I can't update until I login. I would call Nintendo tech support, but I always get someone that either I can't understand or they can't understand me.

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Unable to use your wireless signal

Likely cause: It appears that the settings entered into the Nintendo DS are not compatible, or the router's broadcast settings should be changed.

How to fix: Try creating a new connection with your system. Nintendo DSi owners trying to play multiplayer games will want to be sure to read the "Trying to play online multiplayer with Nintendo DSi."


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http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/errors/index.jsp


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I had the same problem and got it fixed and solved.
I added and deleted the new connection over 10 times with no success; resetted the modem/router (didn't change channel or so because that's way too much of a hardware problem and I was 100% certain it was not the problem).
So, I added the connection, placed the wifi password and tested the connection. It didn't pass. At this point, instead of creating a new connection, I pressed the "change configuration" button.
A new window appeared (with SSID and Type of Security buttons); tap the Type of security, and re-enter the password.
Then, just test the connection again.
That's it!!!!

Worked for me :)
Hope it works for you guys.

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Go to Wii Options in the lower left. Click on Wii Settings to the right. From this first list, click the right arrow. Now on page 2, click on Internet. Then click Connection Settings. From this list, click Connection 1. Then, click Wireless Connection...
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