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I have the same problem of COD 5 for the wii

Despite high speed internet, my COD 5 lags on the Wii so I need to lead the opponent to get a kill. When in close combat, I almost always get killed and am always 'behind' the opponent. How can I solve this?

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There is no way to solve this it is a problem with the ea servers that host the game. This is a major problem with games on the wii console.

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

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Cant get wii hooked up to wireless internet


hi

The Wii game console from Nintendo can connect to the Internet over a broadband connection for a variety of experiences, including: Web browsing, downloads, on-line chat and visiting virtually any on-line site including Flash 7 and 8 sites. The easiest way to connect to the Internet is to use your existing wireless high speed connection.

1Be sure that your Internet connection is running smoothly and the green lights are all up. If you have a Nintendo Wi-Fi connector, you need to have the software installed and your computer connected to the Internet.

2 Turn on your Wii.

3
Select Wii Options, which is located on the bottom left of the screen. This is the button with the Wii logo

4 Select Wii Settings.

5 Click forward to the second menu screen using the blue arrow to the right.

6 Select Internet.

7 Select Connection Settings.

8 Choose an open connection, indicated by the word: "none".

9 Choose a wireless connection.

10 Determine the best option for you: Manual configuration or Search for an Access Point.

11 On Search for an Access Point, your Wii will search for a wireless network to connect to and will display a list of available networks. Networks identified with a closed padlock require authentication to join.

12 Select your network.
    • If your connection signal appears yellow or red, the stability or strength of the connection is not strong enough for the Wii's Internet needs. If possible, remove any obstacles between the Wii console and the Access Point or change the channel on your router to avoid interference.
    • If your wireless access point does not show up when you choose, Search for An Access Point, your router may have Broadcasting set to "No" or "Disable." Some routers also refer to this security as "Stealth" mode. You can either change your broadcast setting to "Yes" or "Enable," or you can manually enter the SSID in the manual setup screen of your Wii console.
  1. 13Select Save and OK.
  2. 14Select OK on the next screen and the Wii will preform an automatic connection test.
  3. 15Wait for the Wii to connect and download any needed updates.

Dec 11, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Well i tried to connection my internet but it will not go


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

Aug 26, 2011 | Nintendo Wii Console

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How do I connect my wii to the internet?


Hi,
There are three options available to connect Nintendo wii to the :-
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 (1) Insert the Wii LAN Adapter into the USB port on the back of the console. (2) Connect an Ethernet cable from your modem or router to the adapter. (3) Turn on the Wii console. (4) 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. (5) Select "Connection Status," then "Connection 3: None" and "Wired Connection." (6) 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 (1) 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. (2) Choose your language and click "OK". (3) 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. (4) Click on the registration tool on the Windows task bar. (5) 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. (6) Select "Connection Status," then "Connection 3: None" and "Wireless Connection." Choose "Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector" from the options list, then "Next" to continue. (7) 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." (8) Return to your Wii and click "Next" for the setup completion window, and then click "OK" to run the connection test.
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Jun 02, 2010 | Nintendo Wii Console

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I dont know how to connect my internet to my wii


the wii has a built in wi-fi reciever so you HAVE to have wi-fi if you dont buy a wireless router hook it up to your computer you need to have high speed internet for this then once your wi-fi is set up go to wii options internet connection then click search for connection if you have it set up right it will show your connection name then you click on it and it will retrieve the signal from your connection and you can go online from your wii.

Dec 23, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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On mario kart how come if you throw something at people on the internet they dont get hit why?


this is usually the case with any game played online. there is a "lag" with the connections and the host. there is nothing you can do about this. though you may be able to aim ahead of your target and you may be able to learn to play with this lag.

Jul 13, 2009 | Nintendo Mario Kart (Wii) for Wii

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Have wifi connection but can not game online


try getting into your router settings and disabling the uPnp, all routers are different mine`s a netgear and i click on internet explorer, type in 192.168.0.1, it will then ask you your userkey which is admin and password is PASSWORD, you`ll find the upnp there somewhere, but again this worked for me but might not work for everyone!

Jan 02, 2009 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Unable to locate opponents when connected


i phoned nintendo who told me that i need to increase the tcp timeout session by 2 or 3 times on my router as it is currently timing out before finding opponents. How I do this god only knows.

Oct 28, 2008 | Nintendo Mario Kart (Wii) for Wii

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GAMING ONLINE


Hey starlite123,

Some Wii games do currently support online gameplay, but you will need a high-speed internet connection to take advantage of this feature or Nintendo's virtual console marketplace. Please keep in mind that the default connection the Wii may use is a wireless network connection, so you may need to purchase an additional Wii LAN adaptor in order to use a hard-wired internet connection.

Hope this helps you out.

Sincerely,
Aaron
Go Ahead. Use Us.

Jul 10, 2008 | Nintendo Wii Console

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Lagging in Guitar Hero and now others


What kind of TV do you have? I've noticed that when I played GH 3 on my plasma TV it lagged until I calibrated it. You might need to change the TV scale to 480p since wii isn't high def. Hope this helps.

Jan 15, 2008 | Nintendo Wii Console

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