Question about Nintendo Wii Console
You should try power cycling your router.
1.) Unplug both your router, and modem if you're using one, leave them both off for a minimum of 30 seconds.
2.) Plug your modem in first, if you have one, then plug in your router again.
3.) Wait about 60 seconds and then try reconnecting the Wii again.
If this does not solve the problem, try moving your Wii to a different room or area in the house. If neither of these solutions fixes your problem, the problem could quite possibly be something that couldn't be fixed from home. You should first call your ISP (internet service provider) (Charter, AT&T, NetGear etc.) From there, you can explain your problem, and they will more than likely handle it from there.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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