Hacking Wii Error code 109234

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Hello!
I recently did a bootmii NAND restore, and everything went just fine. However, when I wanted to connect to the internet, I started to receive the error code 109234. "There is a problem with the WiiConnect24 service. Please try again later." Ever since then, I have been unable to connect to the internet. Also, my Wii number seems to be missing as well.

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WiiConnect24 hasn't been supported in years (there's an alternative called RiiConnect24 if you're interested). However lack of WiiConnect24 shouldn't be interfering with basic WiFi connection. Maybe consider checking your router settings, make sure you have mac filtering disabled or properly configured, etc.
 
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WiiConnect24 hasn't been supported in years (there's an alternative called RiiConnect24 if you're interested). However lack of WiiConnect24 shouldn't be interfering with basic WiFi connection. Maybe consider checking your router settings, make sure you have mac filtering disabled or properly configured, etc.
Thanks for your reply! The only problem is, I am not able connect to the internet at all. I've done some research and found that this happens when your Wii hasn't generated a Wii number yet. Strange bug perhaps? Maybe re-installing the NAND should help.
 
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