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Hi. I purchased a USA wii in the Philippines just before Christmas/2010. I was hoping to use the game download service. My connection to my wireless router is good, and the connection test works fine. However, I am required to "update" my system, and when I try, I get error code 32007. I called Nintendo support, and after getting me to try thing I had already done, they said that because I am in the Philippines, maybe my DSL provider, PLDT, is not compatible with their servers. That sounds bogus to me. Have you seen this problem before, and if yes, is there a solution? Nintendo said the problem is not from my console to the router, but from my console/router to the internet. However, in case it helps, my router is a D-Link DR-655 set to Channel 1. Thanks very much.

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I have just bought a US wii in the Philippines and I have very quick PLDT wired connection, however I encounter the same problem and I have tried all possible solutions, but still same problem 32007.

I wonder if anyone in Philippines can connect with Wii channels.

Posted on Jan 09, 2011

  • utakp43 Feb 05, 2011

    Same error, I have a US-version, unmodified Wii, with system version 4.3U (currently the most recent version). Broadband is Globe wired 2mbps, wireless is Linksys WRT54G2. No problems connecting to news, but can't do system update with error 32007.

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