- 1). Start up your Wii console to access the main menu. Select the "Wii" button on the lower-left corner of your screen.
- 2). Choose "Wii Settings," which is indicated by a wrench icon. Press the right arrow button on the screen to reach Page 2 of the system settings options.
- 3). Select "Internet." Choose the first available connection settings slot.
- 4). Choose "Wireless Connection," and then select "Search for an Access Point." Choose "OK" to view a list of available wireless networks.
- 5). Select your wireless network. Enter the security key for your router, and then press the "OK" button.
- 6). Choose "OK" to save your settings, and then press "Yes" to test your network connection. Select "Yes" to update the Wii console's system software to the latest version.
- 1). Attach the Wii LAN adapter to one of the USB ports on the back of the Wii console.
- 2). Connect one end of the Ethernet cable to the LAN adapter and the other end to your modem or router.
- 3). Power on the Wii console and press the "Wii" button. Choose "Wii Settings."
- 4). Click the right arrow to view the second page of system settings, and then select "Internet." Choose a connection slot, and then select "Wired Connection."
- 5). Press "OK" and wait for the Wii to connect with your router. Press "OK" a second time to test your connection. Choose "Yes" to update your system software.