Wifi doesn't work

Discussion in 'NDS - Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection' started by Alato, Aug 12, 2008.

  1. Alato
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    Well, it's been an issue for a few months, really.

    I think it's related to my DS, since I haven't had any trouble before march, when I got my new DS. It's a cobalt/black DS, and whenever I try going online it doesn't work. It connects, but then turns red again and gives me an error code(20109, I think, but I'm not sure). When I looked it up, it told me to call Nintendo. I've tested this with many games, Animal Crossing, Mario Kart, Advance Wars Days of Ruin, Metroid Prime Hunters, and none work.

    When I tried each of the actual game cards for these games, it does connect online. Also, my old red DS worked flawlessly online as well with my M3 Real. So, does anyone know what I can do to get it working?
     
  2. IOwnAndPwnU

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    Did you somehow break it?

    Do you have a compatible router?
     
  3. Selkie

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    Alato, I have the same problem. When I run a game in M3 DS Simply, it leaves that error when trying to connect to WFC. The game in original cards works properly.

    I hate this error... I formated the MicroSD and nothing...
     
  4. Alato
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    Yeah, what color DS do you use?
    I think it may be related to certain DS systems.

    EDIT: Tested with my sister's DS, and it works. It IS DS related, but my DS isn't broken if Wifi works with anything else. Does anyone know about this, and what can be done?
     
  5. Selkie

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    I have the solution. Go to a game with WiFi mode and then go to configuration. Options, delete the configuration. You will need now to refind your access point, but after that you can go to WiFi mode!!!

    I'm really happy! =D
     
  6. Alato
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    Ah, okay, I looked this up on the Nintendo Wi-fi forum, and I thought they meant reset the WiFi USB dongle WFC connection settings, or something.

    Thank you so much, it FINally works.