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First off we have to make sure that your unit is properly connected to your router.
Note : Please note that Non-Nintendo manufactured USB LAN adapters will not work with the Wii console system. 1) Unplug your modem first for about 90 seconds and then plug it back in before continuing. Note : You need to unplug the cable going to your computer when you wish to connect your Wii console online. 2) Insert the Wii LAN Adapter into the USB port on the back of the Wii console. The Wii should be turned off when you do this 3) Connect an Ethernet cable from your wired router to the Ethernet port on the Wii LAN Adapter. 4) Turn on your Wii and go to the "Wii Main Menu," then select the Wii icon (on the bottom left) 5) Select "Wii Settings" then "Wii System Settings" 6) Scroll to page two (using the arrow on the right) and select "Internet." 7) Select "Connection Settings." and then "Connection 1." ( connection 1 should say " None" if it says otherwise, click on Connection 1 and choose " Clear Settings") 8) Select "Wired Connection." then "OK" - It will now run a conncetion test If the connection test is successul, it will do an update and will ask you if you agree to the User agreements. After agreeing to the terms, that's it. You should now be online. I hope I was able to help. Hoping to hear good results. All the best to you Mr. Edwards. Cheers :)
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Some Wii games do currently support online gameplay, but you will need a high-speed internet connection to take advantage of this feature or Nintendo's virtual console marketplace. Please keep in mind that the default connection the Wii may use is a wireless network connection, so you may need to purchase an additional Wii LAN adaptor in order to use a hard-wired internet connection.
Hi . i have had this sorta problem when i play the resident evil game. I find that if you go to your menu on your startup screen and change the screen resolution it should work. some games require certain television res to allow play.