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Configuring the USB Ethernet Adapter with Nintendo Wii

You can configure the USB Ethernet Adapter with Nintendo Wii by following the step-by-step instructions below.

Step 1:
Connect the USB Ethernet Adapter to one of the available USB ports on the back of the Nintendo Wii.

Step 2:
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the RJ-45 port on the Adapter.

Step 3:
Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to an available RJ-45 port on your router or switch.

Step 4:
Power on your Nintendo Wii by pressing the Power button on the front panel of the Wii.

Step 5:
Press A on your Wii Remote to continue through the Health and Safety Warning screen.

Step 6:
Starting on the Wii menu, navigate to the Wii button (Wii Options) and press A on the Wii remote to confirm the selection.

Step 7:
Navigate to the Wii Settings button and press A on the Wii remote.

Step 8:
Navigate to the Right Arrow on page 1 of the Wii System Settings and press A on the Wii remote to proceed to page 2 of the Wii System Settings.

Step 9:
Navigate to the Internet button and press A on your Wii Remote.

Step 10:
Navigate to the Connection Settings button and press A on your Wii Remote.

Step 11:
Navigate to the connection which shows "Wired" in the list. If none of the connection options show a wired connection then you can create one by selecting Connection 1.

Step 12:
Select Connection Test by navigating to the button and pressing A.

Step 13:
Navigate to the OK button on the Connection test to start the network connection. You should see a message that says "Testing Connection".

Step 14:
If the network test was successful, the message "The connection test was successful" will appear. If a connection test failure message appears instead, make sure the Adapter is connected properly to your Nintendo Wii and that all wired network connections are properly connected to your network.




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