This error code indicates the authentication process between the Wii and wireless router or access point failed. This is often caused by the router refusing a connection because an incorrect security key or security type has been entered into the Wii Internet settings.
- 1 What to do if your Wii won’t connect to WiFi?
- 2 What does error code 51330 on my Wii mean?
- 3 Why won’t my Wii connect to my hotspot?
- 4 Can you still connect a Wii to the Internet?
- 5 How do I fix error code 51331 on my Wii?
- 6 How do I know if my Internet is WEP or WPA?
- 7 Why isn’t my Wii showing up on my TV?
- 8 How do you connect your Wii to your WIFI?
- 9 How do you connect your Wii to your phone?
- 10 Why is my Wii giving me an error message?
- 11 Why does my Wii Say error code 23400?
- 12 How do I fix error code 32007 on Wii?
What to do if your Wii won’t connect to WiFi?
- Power cycle the Wii. Unplug the console, wait five minutes, and then plug it back in.
- Try creating a new connection profile by going through the connection process again.
- Check for any wireless interference. The Wii console should be in an open area without anything blocking the signal.
What does error code 51330 on my Wii mean?
It appears that the wireless security pass code for your home network may have been changed or is entered incorrectly on the Wii console. Click here for more information about WEP and WPA security, including how to access the settings for your Access Point.
Why won’t my Wii connect to my hotspot?
Most problems are caused by incorrectly entering the WiFi password, or Network Key. The Wii console will also run a connection test with your wireless network. Error code: 51330 or 52130 – the WiFi password (Network Key) you entered does not match your settings on your WiFi-broadcasting device (Router or Hot Spot).
Can you still connect a Wii to the Internet?
Yes. Wii is Wi-Fi-enabled, meaning it can connect to a wireless access point (such as a wireless router) to connect to the Internet.
How do I fix error code 51331 on my Wii?
51330 and 51331: Unable to Connect to the Internet
- Power Cycle Your Router. Start off with doing the simplest thing possible: power cycling your router.
- Change the Security Type.
- Check the Password.
- Confirm your Router’s Wireless Mode is Either 802.11g or 802.11b.
- Change your router’s channel.
How do I know if my Internet is WEP or WPA?
Click Manage known networks. Click the current wifi network your are connected to, and click Properties. Next to Security type, if it says something such as WEP or WPA2, your network is protected.
Why isn’t my Wii showing up on my TV?
Ensure the yellow, red, and white cables are connected to the correct corresponding inputs on the TV. Try another set of inputs on the TV, or connecting the Wii console up to another TV. Check the TV for alternate AV input settings, such as HD vs Video. Switch these to Video or non-HD and see if the issue continues.
How do you connect your Wii to your WIFI?
On the Settings screen, click Wii Settings. In the Wii System Settings, click the blue arrow on the right to reach the second screen of options, and then click the Internet button. Select Connection Settings. Select any connection labeled as None, and then select Wireless Connection.
How do you connect your Wii to your phone?
Open the Bluetooth menu from the lower right-hand side of your screen by clicking twice on the icon on the toolbar. Choose the “Add” option in the Bluetooth window that opens up. Make your Wii remote visible by holding down the buttons labeled “1” and “2” on the remote simultaneously until the lights below turn on.
Why is my Wii giving me an error message?
This could indicate a problem with the Game Disc or with the Wii console.
Why does my Wii Say error code 23400?
If you receive this error when attempting to connect a game online, please note that as of May 20, 2014, certain online functionality offered through Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection is no longer accessible.
How do I fix error code 32007 on Wii?
- Review our Network Status page for any noted outages.
- Set up a new connection.
- Power cycle your router and modem.
- Enter alternate DNS settings into the Wii.
- Check for wireless interference.
- Place your system into the router’s DMZ.