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I am trying to update my wii and it says unable to find an acess point.please confirm the SSID and try again then visit support.nintendo.com for assistance.

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Make sure your Nintendo Wii is connected to the internet. To check this go to Wii, Settings, move to second page and click Internet. Then select Connection Settings, Connection 1,2 or 3 depending on what one your using then select Connection Test.

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Call customer Service Heres the numbers
Usa/Canada: 1-800-255-3700 Latin America: 1-425-558-7078

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