Is a firewall on? Is it configured to make an exception with the Wifi max? Also check the internet option in the options menu of the wii. You have to do something there but I forget and and I just brought the wii back to my room so I can't check right now.
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you need a access point for internet i dont know if you pay for internet on wii but a wifi max gives internet for wii ds ps3 xbox360 and many more devices and such hope i helped and try a test to check connection hope it helped
my friend your connection must be strong run a test if you dont get it buy a wifi max it has power to give ds wii psp ps3 xbox360 and more if you want to find one ask ill give you a few sites hope it helped
Have you considered changing your router from WPA to WEP? That would solve your problem with getting your DS online, although it would reduce the security of your home network. But some security is better than none. As far as the WiFi Max dongle, that's just a simple version of a wireless router and since you already have one it's kind of redundant. You might want to put it up on E-Bay and see if you can make some of your money back.
Windows Vista is compatible, the question is whether your wireless router is compatible. To know that, you'll need to provide your router number. www.nintendowifi.com gives pretty good solutions and you can search by router and error code.
I'm not sure about distance but it's probably about 100 feet... it varies depending on your router and how many walls are in the way. Basically if you're one room away in any direction (including on another floor) it will probably work, but it's not guaranteed. Anyway, post your router model number and I or someone else will tell you where to go from there.