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    Default Need WiFi help!!!

    So I just got a Wireless router and hooked it up. My PSP and PS3 all work fine but mys DS doesn't work, haven't tested Wii. I have an old school "fat" DS and I try to connect and get an error code 52100. So I enter that at Nintendo's support website and it suggests manually entering IP adress settings so I do that. Still doesn't work. I check the compatibility list and the router I have isnt even listed but one model under it is, it hasn't been tested by nintendo. any ideas on how to fix this? Yes it's set to WEP.

    note: No ability to hack DS

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    I'm not sure if that's the "Nintendo's support website" you mentionned, but anyway... | Nintendo - Customer Service | Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection - Error Code Results
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    yep thats the site i waws talking about.

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    ok so ur psp and ps3 work so wat u worrying about it, thats all you need

    (unless u have pokemon on ur ds)
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    That's the problem I do have Pokemon on my DS. Anyway if it helps I have a Netgear WGR614v7.

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    Hmm. Maybe its the type of wifi security on your router. The old PHAT DS only supports WEP security encryption. Your PSP and PS3 probably work because they support higher security encryption such as WPA-2 or something like that. If that's the problem then change the type of security to WEP if it isn't already. If that's not the problem, then i don't know. But I hope I helped you at least a little.


 

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