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    Thanks man.

    so basically, all i would need is something like this, and i'll be away... http://www.dse.co.nz/cgi-bin/dse.sto...ct/View/XH8485

    the reason i was talking about wireless desktop was incase you couldnt just plug my adsl modem into the router, meaning the desktop would have to communicate with the router somehow. all seems sweet though. Will have to go and look for one tomoz.
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    Yep, that would be basically all that you would need, and maybe an ethernet cable if you are currently using the usb cable to plug your modem into the desktop. Take a look here and see which router works best. I'd recommend the Linksys WRT54G, I havn't had one single problem with mine, works a treat. Depending on cost aswell, but Linksys are usually the best value for money.

    EDIT: The Linksys WRT54G has 4 wired ports at the back where you can have wired connections if you want as well as wireless, I would think this is a standard feature on most wireless routers though.

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    Hey.

    Thing is my ADSL modem only have usb out. no ethernet port. This will mean i cant connect the modem to the router, right??

    or am im being dumb, and the modem connects to router with USB and router to desktop with ethernet cable?

    man, wish it was easier!
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    Hmmmmmm, a modem without an ethernet port, that might be a problem. I've got everything going via ethernet here. What brand of modem is it? You might have lucked out on that one, I'm not sure if you can connect the modem and router via USB, if anyone else out there knows if you can or not, feel free to jump in! If it is not possible, then the only solution would be to buy a modem & router all in the one package, cuts down on space that way to, apart from that, I'm not sure.

    Sorry I couldn't be of more help with that.

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    I use a wireless network instead of using a usb wi-fi connector.
    It beats the stress of having usb wi-fi errors all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by banana_678
    Hello Buddies,

    I bought a Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector 2 Weeks ago, but till now i still cannot connect my Wii with the internet.I did all i should,but end up with ERROR 52140.

    The USB Connector can detect the wii..and shows "connected" with full bar in the registration tool.

    I connect my wii with wireless connection>>nintendo wi-fi usb>>allow usb connector to connect>>but some out with ERROR 52140

    I'm not sure whether my firewall is on or not?But anyway my Norton Antivirus is expired,so i assume its not affecting.

    Buddies please help.I really want to online.

    What should i do.

    I had the same problem I returned the adapter and bought a router much more reliable

    • Nintendo Wii Code: 83503257-95643066
    • Mario Strikers Charged Code: 494028-149459
    • Strikers Overall Wi-Fi Record: W:35 L:31

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oceanic
    Hmmmmmm, a modem without an ethernet port, that might be a problem. I've got everything going via ethernet here. What brand of modem is it? You might have lucked out on that one, I'm not sure if you can connect the modem and router via USB, if anyone else out there knows if you can or not, feel free to jump in! If it is not possible, then the only solution would be to buy a modem & router all in the one package, cuts down on space that way to, apart from that, I'm not sure.

    Sorry I couldn't be of more help with that.
    Sweet - I just bought the D-Link DSL-G604T router/modem

    Installed it, hooked up ethernet and boom WII works straight of the bat with 3 bars connectivity. easy as that!

    WIFI USB is a waste of time then!

    Cheers Guys

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