Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Your Wii could stop connecting to your router for various reasons. I would first try power cycling your router / modem.
1.) Unplug your router, and modem if you have one, for a minimum of 30 seconds. 2.) Plug your modem back up first, if you don't have a modem, just plug up your router. 3.) Wait 60 seconds and try to connect again.
If that didn't work, try moving your Wii to another room or area in the house, or perhaps you need to try moving your router. If you have cleared the settings, then I would suggest opening the ports on your router. I could explain how, but you haven't specified your type of router.
Your best bet is to call your Internet Service Provider (Bellsouth, AOL, Charter, etc.) and have them fix the solution and troubleshoot you through your problem.
Again, I wish I could go more in detail on assisting you with your problem, but your router, modem, and ISP are vital information needed to further aid you with this issue. I hope what I've said helps or puts you in the right direction.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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on Mar 18, 2010 | Computers & Internet
In order for the wireless computer to connect to the router wirelessly, the router and the computer's wireless settings should be the same. Before trying to connect your wireless adapter to a Linksys wireless router, please know the following: SSID or Network Name, Wireless Security and/or Network Key.
Connecting to Wireless Networks Using XP's Wireless Zero Configuration
To connect to the wireless network using Windows Vista, click here.
Follow these steps to connect to your wireless network using XP's Wireless Zero Configuration.
Step 1: Right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon at the bottom-right of the screen and select View Available Wireless Networks.
NOTE: If Wireless Zero Configuration (WZC) is disabled or other wireless network monitor is running, the Wireless Network Connection will not appear at the bottom-right corner. To enable WZC on the computer, contact Microsoft or consult the computer manufacturer.
Select your wireless network
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Launch the Linksys Wireless Manager. To learn how to access the Linksys Wireless Manager, click here.
In the Connect to a Wireless Network screen, locate the name of your wireless network in the list.
NOTE: If your wireless network is not in the list, click here to learn How to Connect to a Hidden Wireless Network. If your wireless network supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup , click here to learn How to Connect Using Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
Select your network. Then click Connect.
If the wireless network uses wireless security, enter the security key or network. Then click Next.
The Checking Connection screen appears while the Wireless Manager establishes the wireless connection. When it is finished, click Next to continue.
The Connected to Your Network screen appears. If you want the Wireless Manager to remember your network settings select Remember this network. Click Finish to exit the Wireless Manager.
NOTE: Saving a network's settings will make it easier to reconnect to the network.
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