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To connect your Nintendo DSi to the Internet, your system will need to be in a Wi-Fi capable hotspot. If you have broadband at home, you'll need to set up a wireless router with a network name and a password. If the public hotspot requires users to enter login information via a webpage, this generally means that it will not work for DSi online play.
In the Settings menu, you'll need to select one of the first three profiles and search for your compatible Wi-Fi hotspot. Once selected, you'll need to enter the password of that hotspot. After a short test to see if the connection will work, as long as the information you've provided is correct your system will connect online. If you receive an error code, please note the digits and check Nintendo's Wi-Fi technical support website at www.nintendowifi.com.
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