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Can't load updates to my wii

When i tried to get internet for my nintendo wii ,it connected to the internet but when i tried to update info it did not let me , it said that i needed to load updates to my router like firmware or something , i;m not too good with computers but thats basicaly all the info it gave me . i have a wrt54g router and windows vista on my computer, i hope this helps.

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  • Anonymous Feb 28, 2009

    I kinda have the same problem but it wont connect if you solve my problem please email me at jeli102@yahoo.com thanks

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You have it connected via wireless? try with cable.

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