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Im having a problem w/my wii

Ok, i cant seem to connect to the router w/ my wii. it can find the wireless signal but wont connect for some reason, ive tried to disconnect and reconnect and everything, im tek savvy but cant figure out what is happening, ive tried to configure settings w/ my wii, ive connected to it before, but now it wont let me

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    i have the same issue. My wii is picking up a strong signal from my netgear wgr614 wireless router, but does not allow me to connect to the internet for some reason. i also tried to reconfigure the settings and i called nintendo for help, and also called net gear with no sucess fixing the problem. I am really irritated and i feel your pain.

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Is it not getting an IP from the Router? Try resetting the router and see what that does...

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Look for LAN Network adaptors that are suitable for the Wii and a separate one suitable for Windows 98. Most will be ok for the laptop.

Install the router first. just do what the software tells you, then install the LAN adaptor drivers on each device you want networked.

Finally, make sure you secure your router signal. That stops the guy next door using your network and offers some security from hackers. Your router will include a firewall and you can set up a key code that your adaptors will need before they can connect. Unless the guy next door has the key, he won't be able to use
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Great fun, you'll love it if you can get it all going.





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