Question about Nintendo Wii Console
You need a wireless router, and an active internet connection. Contact your phone provider in case you lack an internet connection.
If you already have a wireless router, you can look on your router's instruction manual on how to get it's password, and use it to connect via your console.
Connecting your Wii to your router should be an easy task, and if you are not experienced with Networks, you could ask a friend of yours to assist you.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the main menu of the Wii, with all the channels, "click Wii Options"
Then go to "Wii Settings"
Click on the right arrow and choose internet.
Enter your PIN number then choose "OK"
Then choose "Connection Settings"
Then choose an unused connection.
Then, if your connection's wireless, choose either "Access Point" or "Wi-Fi"
Then choose your connection.
If connection is secured, enter password and choose "OK"
Then choose "Use this connection"
If connection is wired, choose "OK" Then choose "Use this connection"
Your Wii console should be connected to the internet.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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