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According to Nintendo it means your WiiConnect24 is not enabled.
"WiiConnect24 allows the console to receive downloads even when the console isn't in active use, as long as it has a working connection to the internet. The types of information that can be received include News and Weather, messages posted to the Wii Message Board, and any messages sent by Nintendo about new Wii console features." Fix Problem:To Access the WiiConnect24 setting:
Access the Wii System Settings (How To Shown Below)
Move the cursor over the blue arrow on the right and and select it once to reach System Settings 2.
How to Access the System Settings
With the Wii console properly connected, power on the console to reach the Wii Channel menu.
Use the Wii Remote to move the cursor over the "Wii" button in the bottom-left corner of the screen and press the A Button.
From the main Wii Menu and System Settings screen, use the Wii Remote to move the cursor over the "Wii Settings" option (wrench).
To access the internet with your wii console you'll need either a wireless router/gateway, or a wii wired LAN connector.
1. Power on your Wii console 2. Access the "Wii Setting" menu by selecting the circular wii icon in the bottom left of the screen and then choosing wii settings. 3. Use the arrow on the right of the screen to move to page two, then select "internet". 4. Select "Connection 1 ' None" 5. Choose "Wireless Connection" (assuming you have a wireless router), then select "Search for Access Point". 6. Wait for your wii to scan, then select your wireless network, and if prompted enter your wireless network password/key. Then click "OK".
You should now be able to connect to the internet. If your Wii runs a connection test and it proves unsuccessful it will display an error code. If you get Error Code 51330 or 52130 this means the password you entered does not match the password on the wireless network you are attempting to join. A list of all other error codes and what they mean can be found here: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/onlineErrorCodes.jsp
Power on your Wii console and press the A Button on the Wii Remote to reach the Wii main menu. Use the Wii Remote to select the "Wii" button.
Now, select "Wii Settings" to access the "Wii System Settings" menu.
Using the arrow on the right side of the screen, scroll to page two and select "Internet."
Select "Connection 1: None"
(Don't see"None" in Connection 1? Click the Connection 1 button, then choose"Clear Settings.")
Click on "Wireless Connection" and then "Search for an Access Point."
Select "OK" and the Wii will display all the wireless networks it finds.
Select the wireless network that is yours.
Asked to enter a security key? If you are prompted to "Enter the Password or Key," then the wireless network you are trying to connect to has wireless security turned on. You will need to type in your security key or password and select "OK."
Select "OK," "Save Settings," and then "Yes."
The Wii console will run a connection test with your wireless network when the test is completed. You should see the following screen:
Aslong as you see "The connection test was successful," the "WiiSupport Code" does not matter and can be ignored
The connection test was successful - Then you're almost done! After your connection test, the Wii console will check if there is a new Wii System Update available. Once you select "Yes" and "I Accept," the Wii will begin to download any available updates.
Wireless Connection 1. On the Wii console's main menu, click on the 'Wii button' in the lower left corner. 2. This will take you to the settings screen. On this screen, click on 'Wii Settings'. 3. 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. 4. Select 'Connection Settings'. 5. Select an open connection, indicated by 'None'. 6. Select 'Wireless Connection'. 7. Select 'Search for an Access Point'. 8. At this point, the Wii console will search for any identifiable Access Points nearby. Once this search has completed, you will be directed to choose the Access Point that you wish to connect to. Click 'OK' to display the list of available Access Points. 9. Select your Access Point from the list of available Access Points. If your connection appears as a closed padlock, then the Access Point requires a security code or passphrase. The security code or passphrase can usually be found on the security tab of your wireless router settings. If your connection signal appears yellow or red, the stability or strength of the connection is not optimal. If possible, remove any obstacles between the Wii console and the Access Point. I've also found that changing the channel on your router to channel 1 or channel 11 can sometimes help with singal stability and strength. 10. Click 'Save' followed by 'OK' to save your connection settings... 11. ...and select OK again to start an automatic connection test. If the test succeeds, Internet Setup is complete and your Wii conosle is wirelessly connected!
To connect to the internet on a Wii:
-You will need some kind of wireless connection
-If it has a password, you will need to know that too.
Assuming you have these two things,
1. Power on your Wii console and press the A Button on the Wii Remote to reach the Wii main menu. Use the Wii Remote to select the "Wii" button.2. Now, select "Wii Settings" to access the "Wii System Settings" menu.3. Using the arrow on the right side of the screen, scroll to the next page and select "Internet."4. Select "Connection 1: None"5. Click on "Wireless Connection" and then "Search for an Access Point."6. Select "OK" and the Wii will display all the wireless networks it finds.7. Select the wireless network that is yours8. Select "OK," "Save Settings," and then "Yes."9. Now, a few things can happen here: It will either work,or it will NOT work, and you will get an error message, and you probably typed the password (if there is one) in wrong
Determine if your Internet connection is compatible with the Wii's online console features. If you are using a dial-up connection you will not be able to connect to the Internet through the Wii console. The best connectivity is with a cable, DSL or fiber-optic connection.
Start up your Wii. Go to the main menu. Click on the Wii icon button on the bottom left side of the screen.
Select the "Wii Settings" button with a wrench icon. Go to the "Wii System Settings" menu.
Click on the arrow on the right side of the screen to scroll to page two of the settings. Click on the "Internet" tab.
Select "Connection Settings" from the menu that appears. Your screen should show three connection slots all saying "none" next to them. Select "Connection 1."
Choose "Wireless Connection" from the pop-up screen. A new screen will appear that reads "Search for an Access Point," "Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector," and "Manual Setup." The easiest way to set up the Wii online is to select "Search for an Access Point."
Wait a moment for your Wii to find an access point. When the words "Choose the access point you want to connect to" appear on your screen, click "OK."
Pick your access point. Choose the point that is listed with a green signal strength icon.
Save the settings by clicking "OK." Your Wii console will perform a test. A window will pop up asking you to perform a Wii system update.
Complete the system update. Read and agree to the "User Agreements." You should be able to view movies, TV shows, websites, news and games from your PC on your TV.
If you have a wireless connection available in your home and you have the correct password to log in, we should be able to fix this. (unless there is actually something defective in your wii)
Ok, from the menu click Wii Options(bottom left). Then Wii settings, go one screen to the right and click Internet, Then Connection settings. Click Connection One. If there is a connection one installed already then Clear it.(clear settings)
Choose Wireless Connection. Search for access point. It should search and give a list of possible access points in your area. Find yours in the list. Clik it. Input your Key or password by clicking in the blank white space. That will bring up the keypad for typing. Click OK. Click OK. Click OK to save. Click OK to test(may take a minute). If it worked you'll get a screen asking to update the system.
If this didn't work, then let us know which step failed to work.