Hardware Wii does not connect to internet? (Error 51330)

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Hi, I cannot connect my Wii to internet, I want to connect it principally for updating the hacks on the wii and playing online, nothing else, but I always get 51330, even on a open-wireless point. Can someone help me?
 

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The best things that came to my mind is buy a usb-lan adapter and reset your wii

Also it could be that the wi fi antenna on your wii is not working
 

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The best things that came to my mind is buy a usb-lan adapter and reset your wii

Also it could be that the wi fi antenna on your wii is not working
Even on a point without password (aka hostpost on my phone) didn't connect. Do you think maybe it's the antenna? It has been already repaired before.

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I have two Wii antenna remplacaments, should I remplace it for another one? It's weird it's detecting points but doesn't connect, not even on a open one.
 

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The most likely is that the antenna isn't working, instead of taking it to reapair I recommend you to buy another wii

On Mexico that would cost $200 pesos and a wii costs $300-$400 pesos
 

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The most likely is that the antenna isn't working, instead of taking it to reapair I recommend you to buy another wii

On Mexico that would cost $200 pesos and a wii costs $300-$400 pesos
dammit must be my worst day, I don't really want to buy another Wii. I'll try tomorrow remplacing the antenna and see if anything works.

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Also the fact that wii doesn't output av, just componnent. Do you really think should I buy another Wii instead?
 
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dammit must be my worst day, I don't really want to buy another Wii. I'll try tomorrow remplacing the antenna and see if anything works.

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Also the fact that wii doesn't output av, just componnent. Do you really think should I buy another Wii instead?

You can try taking it to repair also but I highly recommend you to take it to another place.

On my personal experience I will totally buy another Wii without thinking it twice
 
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Hello.:)

Did you have an USB HDD and is it placed on the TOP of your Wii ?
If yes please put it beside the Wii.
The Magnet from the HDDand/or the Controller from the HDD´s Case can cause Issues/Interferences when placed on the Top because the WiFi Module is also installed on the Top.

Thank you.:)
 
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Hello.:)

Did you have an USB HDD and is it placed on the TOP of your Wii ?
If yes please put it beside the Wii.
The Magnet from the HDDand/or the Controller from the HDD´s Case can cause Issues/Interferences when placed on the Top because the WiFi Module is also installed on the Top.

Thank you.:)
Hi, not really, there is nothing on the sides beside my PS2 Fat that is disconnected. I just remember now I had the same issue when I had my old Wii, maybe it's something on the modem?
 
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