Well, for one, you could move your internet tap closer to your system.. if that is the case already, try to eliminate any piece of furniture or wall or w/e blocking/reducing the signal from your router to your system. if all else fails, try out a direct connection. they're always 90% to 100% signal strength, and a splitter only costs about $20. along with a 100ft. cable and your total is around $50(depeding where ya go) i have a direct connection and love it.. so uh try those out and gimme some feedback.
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In order to connect to your wireless network, ensure that you enter the right encryption key or password when setting your wireless options on your Wii. Also, make sure that your wireless router is not employing the use of any MAC filtering options. Lastly, make sure that your router isn't near any electrical devices that may cause interferences and that it's close enough to your Wii to provide a strong signal.
I've never heard of a Wireless Adapter turning amber or orange? This can be a simple light problem inside your Xbox 360. If it were fixed, the highest possibility is that color should be red. If so, this means the connection is not strong enough to your modem, and adapter. You will have move your Xbox 360 console closer to your wireless modem for the connection to be the best.
u have 2 ways to connet u can go wireless or wired.... wireless is easy cuz if u got a router u can just connet to that.. if u need to connet wired then u will need to buy someting e3lse for the wire and it will go into the back of the usb port.. i think it's like 20 25 bucks... it's called a wii ethernet adapter i think,...
There isn't really going to be a "best" wireless Internet service. You just want the fastest that's available to you. Usually that's cable or DSL. I would recommend going with a wired connection instead of wireless, you will have a lot less of these issues. Good luck!