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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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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Power on your Wii
console and press the A Button on the Wii Remote to reach the Wii main menu.
Use the Wii Remote to select the "Wii" button.
"Wii Settings" to access the "Wii System Settings" menu.
Using the arrow on
the right side of the screen, scroll to page two and select
"Connection 1: None"
"None" in Connection 1? Click the Connection 1 button, then choose
"Wireless Connection" and then "Search for an Access
(Are you using a
wired Internet connection to your Wii console?
"OK" and the Wii will display all the wireless networks it finds.
Select the wireless
network that is yours.
If you are prompted
to "Enter the Password or Key," then the wireless network you are
trying to connect to has wireless security turned on. You will need to type in
your security key or password and select "OK."
"OK," "Save Settings," and then "Yes."
The Wii console will
run a connection test with your wireless network when the test is completed.
You should see the following screen:
As long as you see
"The connection test was successful," the "Wii Support
Code" does not matter and can be ignored
The connection test
was successful - Then you're almost done! After your connection test, the Wii
console will check if there is a new Wii System Update available. Once you
select "Yes" and "I Accept," the Wii will begin to download
any available updates. Click here to find out what's next!
The connection test
was not successful - If the test was not successful, you will receive an error
Error Code 51330 or
52130: This means the security code you entered into the Wii is not the same
one your router is set to. Look in your router's settings and try again.
As a last resort...
1. reset your router or 2. temporarily remove the password from your router...
this way you will know where the problems lies.
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This error is caused by a wireless router firewall issue.
To solve this error, try to manually setup the Wii console using your network IP settings.
To do a manual setup of the Wii console using your network IP settings :
You may also try to disable the wireless router security or firewall. Try again to connect the Wii console to the internet.
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