Nintendo Video Game Consoles & Games - Popular Questions, Answers, Tips & Manuals
Just moved and trying to set up my nintendo wii. im haveing a hard time to get it my internet on there i keep putting my SSID BUT IT KEEPS GIVING ME ERROR CODE LIKE 51031?
The following Wii error codes all have the same possible solutions, which you can read below this list of codes...
- All Wii Error Codes between 51000 and 51099
- All Wii Error Codes Between 54000 and 54099
- All Wii Error Codes Between 51300 and 51399
- All Wii Error Codes Between 52100 and 52199
- All Wii Error Codes Between 52200 and 52299
- All Wii Error Codes Between 52400 and 52499
- All Wii Error Codes Between 52500 and 52599
- 51130This is a General Troubleshooting error code and does not have any one specific cause. You'll need to try the following steps to try to solve the problem.
1. Your wireless router sends out an internet signal using a specific "channel" (much like a radio broadcasts over the airwaves). You can change the "channel" that your wireless router uses to broadcast the internet signal manually. Nintendo suggests setting your wireless router to either channel 1 or 11, as these are supposed to be the fastest channels for download speed.
The Nintendo website has a guide that shows you how to change the channel on your wireless router.
- 2. In addition to the broadcasting channel, there is also a broadcast setting. This can be set to either "G", "B", or "Mixed." Nintendo suggests that the "Mixed" setting gives the best network connection, but you might need to try all three settings to get the best network connection.
3. Home appliances and other devices that are near to your console, like microwaves and cordless phones, might cause interference with your wireless network connection, so try turning these off. Other wireless devices like keyboards and computer mice can also interfere with your network connection.
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