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Why wont my Wii connect to Wifi?

Asked by EnzoX24 (1986points) July 10th, 2008

Three days ago I moved my Wii out of my room and into the entertainment room to play on the big TV. In there I had Internet, but it was a poorer signal than what was in my room, yesterday I moved it back. But when I tried to connect to Wifi I got an error on the game. So I went in through the Wii menu and checked my connection and I got another error saying could not connect. This was really weird because I was also on my MacBook, which was running off of Wifi at that very moment. I went back into the Wii and searched for an access point, thinking maybe some how I picked up my neighbor’s. There was mine, green with full bars ready to go. I clicked on it and again, no connection. Is there somthing wrong with my internet or is my Wii broken?

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sketchstudios's avatar

try to erase that connection. and reset the Wii. Then setting the connection up again like new and see if that works. It could be the signal strength isnt that strong and it needs to be closer.

marinelife's avatar

If you didn’t read the details on this question just the question itself, does it not sound like a strange new techno double entendre?

chutterhanban's avatar

I’ve had similar problems before. Go ahead and write down the error code that it gives you. Type in “Error Code: xxxxx Nintendo Wii” on Google and try to figure it out. This has helped me at least 5 or 6 times. If you can’t figure it out from that, write back and I’ll help you out for sure!

sandystrachan's avatar

Press the ” wi-fi association ” button on your modem/router then continue with the connection . Also do you know standard wepkeys don’t have the letter o , its the number zero .

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