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    Greetings

    Heya
    I'm Atrias as you might have read :P
    The current reason I signed up was to find help to connect my wii to the net, using the official nintendo usb connector used for the DS.

    Hopefully, I will also find more topics of interest and hope to as well be pleasant and useful to the community

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    Hey....

    - Plug in your USB adapter (To your PC) and install any Software you may get with it

    - Keep it plugged in and your PC switched on

    - Go on your Wii and go to the Settings (Wii button, Botton left, Wii Menu)

    - Go to Internet and Connection Settings

    - Go to Connection 1, Click Wireless. Let it search and click your USB (It will locate it easily)

    - Test the connection and your all set

    xD Have Fun Wiing - Wanting to say that for a long time



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    I've done all that. But for some reason it didnt want to pass the connection test. It keeps saying it is unable to connect to the internet, yet I am sure i've done everything correctly on my pc.
    In fact, when i try to connect, the registrator shows my wii's nickname. I've granted permission for it to connect, and when i try the connection test, everything on the comp seems fine (a little man is shown running, the signal is green), but alas...it just refuses


    EDIT: I've read manuals, forums and everything, yet I dont seem to see where my problem is. Theoretically it should have worked ><'

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    It may be because of some interference.... are there any cordless phones, LAN, microwaves (lol) in use anywhere near where your USB is plugged in?

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    nope, none at all. I've got nothing infrared in my room, save for my wii (doh) cell phone which i dont use and the usb adaptor ='(

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    ok should have read my thread, do not put it on a metal surface or in a horisontal usb port it cant lay on its back, use the included cable and put it on is side (so you can see front and back) on a wooden surface or a book it will work, try it come back and shower me with praise lol


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    also AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i cringe evrytime i read help wifi usb in same sentence or similar and now it makes me scream

    http://www.wiichat.com/nintendo-wii-...tml#post150200
    Last edited by Wii17; 12-28-2006 at 01:54 PM.


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    I'll do it once I get back to where my wii is ^^;
    That said, the usb is near a load of electrical device, would they hamper the signal?
    And yes its on a wooden surface...

    Also sorry for missing your thread :'( Guess I didn't spend enough time looking...

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    yes possibly and it's ok lol, make sure its not laying on it's back, stick it to a wall with yellowtack or something also its ony got like a 15 meter range


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