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Set up a wi-fi connection, then open the opera browser and type in a website by clicking the tab marked WWW on the bottom. Usb keyboards work on the Wii and make browsing much faster. Just use the remote like a mouse.
What to do will depend on how you are connecting your Wii console. Please use the info below that describes how you are connecting.
Connecting directly to a modem: 1. Power off the Wii. Connect the official Nintendo Wii LAN adapter to the Wii, and insert a working ethernet cable into the official Nintendo Wii LAN Adapter. 2. Unplug all devices from your modem. Most modems are unable to support more than one device at a time. 3. Power cycle your modem. To do this, unplug the power from your modem and let it rest for 20 seconds. Plug the power back in. Connect the Ethernet cable from your Wii console to the Ethernet port on your modem.
4. If the connection test fails, try a Manual Setup with the Wii console, using your network's IP address, Default Gateway, Subnet Mask, and DNS information. To access these settings: 1. On your PC, click "Start" and then "Run." 2. Type "CMD" into the field that appears to open a new window. 3. Type "IPCONFIG/ALL" and press "Enter" to display a list of internet settings, including the settings listed above. Input these exactly as they're listed into the "Manual Setup" of the Wii console's internet connection. 5. If you are still unable to connect and you are using broadband Internet, then your ISP likely uses PPPoE to establish a connection to their network. The Wii is not compatible with PPPoE.
You will need get the internet channel from the wii shop channel. (should be free)
If you are questioning how to set up your connection, see below: To connect your Wii via a wired connection: Go to the Wii Menu. Click on the round Wii button on the lower left corner. Click Wii Settings. Click the right arrow to go to page 2. Click on the Internet button. Click Connection Settings. Click Connection 3. Click Wired Connection. Your Wii will do a connection test and hopefully everything will be all set. You are now finished.
To connect your Wii via a wireless connection: Go to the Wii Menu. Click on the round Wii button on the lower left corner. Click Wii Settings. Click the right arrow to go to page 2. Click on the Internet button. Click Connection Settings. Click Connection 3. Click Wireless Connection. Select Search for Access Point. Click OK. Select the access point you want to use. Click Save and OK. You may be prompted to enter your password. Your Wii should now be all connected.
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an issue with your wireless router's firewall.
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Try a "Manual
Setup" with the Wii console (how
to), using your network's IP configuration settings. To
access these settings:
On your PC, click "Start" and then "Run."
Type "CMD" into the field that appears to open a new window.
Type "IPCONFIG/ALL" and press "Enter" to display a list of internet
settings. Locate the settings asked for by the Wii console during
Setup process and enter them.
Power cycle your router and modem by unplugging them both from the
wall. Wait a few minutes, and plug the modem back in. Wait a couple of
minutes for the modem to initialize, then turn on the router. Try to
connect the Wii console online and test for proper response.
Disabling your router's wireless security may help the Wii console's
online connection. Consult your wireless router's manual or check with
the router manufacturer for more details. Please note Nintendo provides
mendations as a resource to our consumers; it is up to each consumer to
determine if adjusting their router's security settings are the right
choice for their home network.
It is possible that your Internet Service Provider (ISP) is not
compatible with the Wii console. For instance, if you need to login
with a user name and password when you try to go online for the
first time after restrarting your PC, your ISP is likely not
compatible. Please contact your service provider for more
yes,that's very possible.you can connect directly the wii to your lan if your wlan is having some kind of a glitch that will not allow you to connect to the internet.now,once connected via lan,you can browse on opera per the message you've been getting and see if you can follow their instructions to solve the matter.later on if you still can't connect,you might want to set-up again you wii connect settings.make sure your router is working properly and is set to detect/accept your wii.also,your wep or wpa password should exactly be the one you need to key in on your wii internet setting.if it's wpa,try to select AES.no guarantees.hope this helps.
the Wii does not ship by default with a web browser, but you can go into the wii store and under virtual console you can buy opera for 500 wii points (probably <US$10) then you can surf the net to your hearts content.
I have uploaded a file on the following link
copy the file which fits your Wii (Japanese or US or Europe) and use Winrar to open the ISO file.
Then burn the iso file onto a DVD with low speed like 2x.
Then, insert the DVD into your Wii and play the game like normal, it will ask for software update and click yes.
Then take out the DVD and check your Menu setting, it comes back.
i tried to share internet with a dongle and it didnt work.. i am not sure if it was because of the dongle or miss configuration.. but it was brand new so i kind of doubt it.. because the only thing it didnt give me when i connect was a dns suffix.. and well.. i bought the router just to save time.. so i would also suggest you to buy the routter, it will be easier.. you could also buy a usb connection so you go by wire and not wireless.. ...