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    Grand Master of Funk sherlocktheholmes's Avatar
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    Thanks for all the replies.

    gamechaser001-I haven't been able to try another computer. My Gateway desktop doesn't have a wireless ethernet card, so it won't work. I'm convinced this type of connection might (about 10% convinced) work, but I think I've given up on it. I'm either going to buy the LAN adapter or buy a router. Glad to hear you and others tried to get creative with connecting their Wii.

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    What are you using on the laptop to make it act as a wireless access point. I believe the Wii will see ad-hoc networks, but it won't properly work with one.

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