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Our nintendo wii wont connect to the wireless coneection

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Is it a secure connection? if so go to
http://www.ehow.com/how_2250396_connect-wii-secure-wireless-network.html
and follow the tut. also make sure the wii is fairly close to the router. I have trouble with mine if I get more than 30 or so feet away from the router with it.

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While some of us who jumped on the Wii bandwagon have a great time with Super Mario Galaxy and Cooking Mama, there are undoubtedly a few regretful gamers who just can’t get the hang of Nintendo's waggle-based gaming console. But there’s no need to chuck that Wii out the windows yet---you can use the Wii Remote as a wireless pointer for your PC!
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What website do you go to to donload inernet on your dsi


Just to clarify your concern you want to know on how to connect your dsi to internet?

  • 1

    You must either have broadband internet access and a wireless router or you can connect your Nintendo DSi at a hotspot, such as a library or coffee shop that offers internet access. Make sure you are in a location mentioned above before going to step 2.

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    Turn on your Nintendo DSi and click on the wrench icon. This will take you to the system settings.

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    Go to page 3 and select "Internet".

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    Click "Connection Settings".

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    Click "None" to the right of "Connection 1".

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    Click "Search for an Access Point".

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    Look for an access point that has a gold lock that is unlocked. Select that access point and your Nintendo DSi should now be connected.


  • If in instance you want to know on how you can download games for your DSI, just follow the link below.

    http://www.nintendo.com/wii/channels/nintendochannel

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    Hi my name is claudia and i am having trouble connecting my nintendo wii to my wireless braodband and i dont know how to get my ssid number or if it even has one


    Hi Claudia.

    Your SSID is your network name. By default it is the brand of your router (dlink, netgear, linksys) but you can change it. When you use wireless network with your router, you should see your SSID name in the lower right corner of your monitor.

    If you can't see it, you can email me and I will give you more instructions to get it work.

    My email is vinsky22@hotmail.com

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    My wii nintendo channel keep coming up as error code 261412 every time i load it. This code comes up after you send the info


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    I have a F5D9230-4 and a few months ago got a WII. I've tried to get the WII set up to go wireless thru my router to their website. It accepts everything but when it tries a connect test it fails and...


    1. Turn of wireless security in the router, see if you can get the Wii to work UNSECURE.
    2. If the Wii, connects with security turned off, then enable security on the router (WPA is recommended) and a 10 digit key (I use an onld phone number from my childhood)
    3. Go back to internet settings on the Wii, select the wireless configuration you were using, click advanced, and enter the WPA key.
    4. Test connection Wii should work

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    I ahving a problem with my wirless connection but when i play an online meadia , the coneection stops and I am unable to play the medea


    Is your wireless connection set up correctly? That would be my first check. Also, check your internet speed. Because if it is slow, it will be even slower because you are hooked up to a router.

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    Hooking up wii to wired internet


    As far as I know you can only use a wii wirelessly. Nintendo does make a usb broadcaster to send the ethernet out from a computer to allow the wii to have internet connection

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