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I just purchased a "wii" system and am trying to

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    mrninja Mar 26, 2011

    You need to enter the code for wifi access--the one you programed into the router

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The Default Password which is in the bottom of the Router is Case Sensitive. If it is Not working Please Follow the Following Steps to Check your Password.

- Connect your Computer using a Ethernet cable to any of the 4 LAN Slots on the Router.

- Open Internet Browser & in the Address Box Type the numbers: 192.168.2.1 & hit Enter.

- In the Setup Page Towards your Left Corner Under Wireless Click Security

- Leave the Password Field Blank & Click Submit.

- You will Find a Small Obscure PSK Box with an Check Mark Uncheck the Box.

- You will see your Password in Pre shared Key (PSK) Box.

- Try Joining the Network on your WII using the Password.

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