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I am trying to connect my wii to the internet which I already have in my house and it keeps telling me please confirm the ssid and try again

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  • JACOB PAGEL Mar 21, 2011

    SSID is the name of your wireless network. The Wii does not like to connect to wireless networks that have the name hidden. are you typing in the wireless network name or are you letting the wii search for wireless networks?

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The security protocol may not be supported. Change the SSID's on both devices.

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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