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    well to use ethernet, you need to buy the attactment for the Wii, its kinda like the one for PS2, actually... its pretty much the same except only the nintendo one will work, you can buy it for around $70 aus, So i'm suggesting, scrap the idea of ethernet outta ya mind, costly... And not worth it in the end.


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    nah like use the ethernet ports for the pc and have the wii wireless, or should i just go totally wireless

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    How many computers do you have? If only 1, just keep the computer ethernet, but get a wireless router anyways. If 2, you mayaswell get the wireless router.


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    nah 1 pc but my network card is a little stuffed (drops out alot) so i use USB, should i just pay like an extra $10 and go wire free. ps. do isp's make you use a certain router like they do modems?

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    they can't make you, but they usually offer you the best options..

    but usually most ISP's prefer linksys, such as does mine:

    http://www.easternwireless.com.au/pr..._wireless1.htm

    if its only going to cost you $10 more, yeah.. Go ahead, but i suggest getting a PROPER card, http://www.lindy.com.au/networking_cards_adapters.htm

    this is a good reliable provider of network cards.


    BTW, i am assuming that your australian :P

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    yeah i am umm where are the wireless cards on this site? i saw 1 on ebay.... d-link dunnohow good it is.

    Thanks for the help

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    and its corded coz it doesnt have a built in aerial ewwwww lol

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    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/TP-Link-54mb-...QQcmdZViewItem cheap 54m/bs or would i need http://cgi.ebay.com.au/TP-Link-108mb...QQcmdZViewItem 108mb/s lol soz for all questions ive never used wireless networking


    maybe this linksys is best http://cgi.ebay.com.au/LINKSYS-CISCO...QQcmdZViewItem

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    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/Linksys-802-1...QQcmdZViewItem modded with firmware???? lolz i dont know much bout routers http://cgi.ebay.com.au/BRAND-NEW-LIN...QQcmdZViewItem not modded

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