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From the main channel menu on the Wii, hit the Wii button. Then navigate to Wii Settings > Internet (page 2). Select an empty connection, choose your connection type and then follow the on-screen instructions. You should first try choosing "Automatic" or "Auto-Detect" whenever possible. If that doesn't work, try using Manual settings.

Here's a detailed guide on how to set up an internet connection.

Hope this helps!

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  • 1Before you connect Nintendo Wii to wireless Internet, set up your Wii console according to the manufacturer's directions.
  • 2Turn on the Nintendo Wii and wait for the main menu to appear.
  • 3Using the Wii remote, point and click on the small Wii button in the bottom left corner.
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