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Am i able to browse my laptop via a wii console?

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How do i connect to internet website through wii


Set up a wi-fi connection, then open the opera browser and type in a website by clicking the tab marked WWW on the bottom. Usb keyboards work on the Wii and make browsing much faster. Just use the remote like a mouse.

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This error is caused by wireless interference from the router.Try logging into the router via windows.
Once there check your wep key or wireless security key is the same as the one entered into the wii.
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How to you get ur wii connect to internet ? do u have to have wirless internet


If you do not have wireless you will need this adapter to connect via a wired ethernet connection
http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/acc/wiiLAN.jsp

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How to get internet


Sorry to hear your having problems with your wii. You can connect the wii via wifi or wired with an adapter. Check out Nintendo's tutorial for instructions on how to do this:
http://us.wii.com/connect/

You basically goto:
Wii Options at the bottom left corner of your home screen, then Wii Settings, Click the right arrow to goto the next page, Click Internet, Click Connection Settings, Click Connection 1, Click Wireless Connection. Click Search for an Access Point. Click OK to view the found access points. Select the Access point for your wireless internet, enter your encryption key, click Ok and then OK again to save settings, and then OK again to test the connection.

Once you have set up your wifi connection you can download the web browser channel from the wii shop channel for free. Then you can use the web browser channel to browse the web with the wii.

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I want to hook my wii to the internet


You can do this via two ways:

First, connect an Ethernet cable to your wii via router or hub.

Second, go into your internet settings on wii and type in your login/security to login to your home network.

Hope this helps =) Let me know how it works out.

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How do i make the internet work on wii ?


Hello,
Well you need to have the internet connected to the Wii via WiFi or cable modem, and you need to check the manual on how to do that. Next if you want to browse the web, you need to download the Internet Channel for Wii, located in the store.

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yes,that's very possible.you can connect directly the wii to your lan if your wlan is having some kind of a glitch that will not allow you to connect to the internet.now,once connected via lan,you can browse on opera per the message you've been getting and see if you can follow their instructions to solve the matter.later on if you still can't connect,you might want to set-up again you wii connect settings.make sure your router is working properly and is set to detect/accept your wii.also,your wep or wpa password should exactly be the one you need to key in on your wii internet setting.if it's wpa,try to select AES.no guarantees.hope this helps.

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You need to buy it (with Wii points) from the Wii Shopping Channel, it will then automatically be downloaded and installed for you.

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