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To access the internet with your wii console you'll need either a wireless router/gateway, or a wii wired LAN connector.
1. Power on your Wii console 2. Access the "Wii Setting" menu by selecting the circular wii icon in the bottom left of the screen and then choosing wii settings. 3. Use the arrow on the right of the screen to move to page two, then select "internet". 4. Select "Connection 1 ' None" 5. Choose "Wireless Connection" (assuming you have a wireless router), then select "Search for Access Point". 6. Wait for your wii to scan, then select your wireless network, and if prompted enter your wireless network password/key. Then click "OK".
You should now be able to connect to the internet. If your Wii runs a connection test and it proves unsuccessful it will display an error code. If you get Error Code 51330 or 52130 this means the password you entered does not match the password on the wireless network you are attempting to join. A list of all other error codes and what they mean can be found here: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/onlineErrorCodes.jsp
It appears that the wireless security pass code for your home network may have been changed or is entered incorrectly on the Wii console. Click here for more information about WEP and WPA security, including how to access the settings for your Access Point.
If your wireless network password isn't wrong, reply. Hope this helps somewhat.
The error code 51330 means that your Wii cannot connect to the internet through your wireless connection. It appears that the password (also known as a WPA or WEP key) entered into the Wii console is not the same as what your wireless router is set to allow so make sure the password is entered into the Wii exactly as it appears in your router's settings. Security keys are case sensitive.
The error 51330 normally means that the password or WEP key you entered to connect to the internet through the Wii did not match the one the wireless router needs to allow connection. If you don't know the password, check to bottom of your router, it will usually have a sticker on the bottom with the standard password on it. This can also be marked as WEP key or WPA key. Enter that password exactly as it appears there, as it is case sensitive. If the password is correct and the problem still exists, try turning your router off, waiting 30 seconds to a minute, then turning it back on. Let it set itself up again, this will usually take a minute or two, then try connecting your Wii to the internet again. If the problem continues, try altering your routers wireless channel setting. As most routers work on channel 6 by default, there could be interference. This process is different for each router.
Error code 51330 is trying to tell you that the Wii Wireless Adapter cannot connect to your wireless router. The most likely reason for this error is that the password you entered is not typed correctly, or that you forgot to type one in at all. Remember that security keys are always case sensitive.
I am sorry to hear you are having problems with your wii's internet. Error code 51330 has to do with configuring your security settings on your wii. It means you are trying to use an encryption method that is not allowed by your router's wireless internet. Make sure you have set up your internet profile with the right encryption method (WEP, WPA for example) and correct encryption key/password.
You can check Nintendo's official support article for this error number here:
The error code 51330 means that the WiFi cannot get through to your Wii because of the security system you currently have installed on your router. WEP encrypted WiFi routers cannot connect with your Wii properly. To save you some time, I've found the exact link where Nintendo troubleshooting gives you detailed instructions in fixing this problem and getting your Wii to connect to your WiFi.
The 51330 error code is in reference to a wireless router security issue.
Solution: Reset* the router that your Wii is connected to back to it's default settings.
The router's default settings will put an end to the 51330 router security error.
*some routers have a 'RESET' button located on the outer casing, other routers can be reset using the software that came with your router