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Cannot get online properly - Nintendo Wii Console

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  • pearson777 Dec 14, 2008

    for 3 months everything worked fine.  then sudenly Wii won't connect to internet.  Mac, two TiVos work just fine on the wireless.  Wii says it has successfuly connected to net but when i try to download WiWare...or parade my Mii's....nothing happens.  Aside from internet probs, Wii works fine.
    Think i should return ther Wii?

  • upirons May 11, 2010

    Need more info. What kind of home network setup do you have? Are you attempting to connect via Wireless and how is your wireless router set up (WEP, WPA, etc?). How far does the Wii get in attempting to connect? Can it ping your router via wireless but nothing else?

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Check your internet connection....it might just be that your connection is too weak.

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