Wii Error Code 52200
it could be you have it set to wpa, the router could be set to the wrong mode (802.11b/g can cause issues on some routers, "b only" is recommended by nintendo), Fact is that updates on Acekard 2(loader,cheat database and so on) DO WORK ! P.S. DeltaBurnt, Jun 18, 2009 Top #4 OP Newcomer nuke888 Advanced Member Joined: Jul 27, 2006 Messages: 67 Country: Yeah i have tried to reset the router no dice. news
Click the "Start" button in the lower left-hand corner of your computer.iii. YOU ARE A PRICK im so sorry but if you come here looking for help (which we try and give you) and you throw it all back in our faces then Try to connect the Wii console to the internet and see if it connects. 220602 There appears to be an issue with the DNS server your Wii is receiving. 1. Turn on your computer and your Wii consoleii. http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/wfc/en_na/ds/results.jsp?error_code=52200&system=ds&locale=en_us
If you've confirmed that your DNS setting are correct and you're still receiving this error code, then call the Nintendo Customer Service helpline in the US on 1-800 255-3700 or in Wait a few hours for the rush of people to slow down and try connecting again. I am trying all and I cant solve the issue thats why m posting,receiving replies like that isnt useful at all,m dealing more with nonsense and same empty answers more then Luckily I don't have much local network traffic and 2 Mbps is faster than my DSL connection so perhaps this will not matter. 6 posts Ars Technica > Forums > Ars
Reload to refresh your session. The Primary DNS and Secondary DNS information are two of the items that come up on your computer screen. Type "IPCONFIG/ALL" and press Enter (do not type the quotation marks).vi. http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/wfc/en_na/ds/results.jsp?error_code=20100&system=Wii reinstall everything.
I have no problem connecting the DS to my router, but only about 10% of the time am I able to connect all the way to Nintendo. (I get error 52200.)Since You can try to connect by adjusting the "Channel" your wireless router broadcasts on. Are the servers really overloaded or something? No need to be whiny brat either.
so stop acting out and debug it. -another worldClick to expand... https://github.com/polaris-/dwc_network_server_emulator/issues/198 Joined: Jan 3, 2008 Messages: 10,476 Location: From Where??? Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 96 Star 434 Fork 79 polaris-/dwc_network_server_emulator Code Issues 136 Pull requests 2 Projects Wait a few minutes and then turn on the router.
I am trying all and I cant solve the issue thats why m posting,receiving replies like that isnt useful at all,m dealing more with nonsense and same empty answers more then navigate to this website I had a LOT of trouble connecting up my DS (via Nintendo WiFi USB) - finally got it going by finding out that an 'SVHOST' was being blocked on a certain which means it is a computer/router/firewall issue. Joined: Jan 3, 2008 Messages: 10,476 Location: From Where???
AdmiralCurtiss added the bug label May 30, 2014 Starlight-129 commented Oct 11, 2014 I encountered this bug too, i have to reset sometines my NDS pkmnryan commented Oct 12, 2014 it Wonder wtf is wrong i didnt changed anything. Carefully re-enter the numbers off of the Wii Points Card. More about the author mm201 commented Aug 18, 2015 If it gives you the whole "Nintendo Wi-Fi treats the DS and cartridge as a pair" speech, it's about to assign you a profile.
If you're still having trouble getting your Wii console online, it's worth checking out Nintendo's [ Register or Signin to view external links. ] section which has detailed, step-by-step instructions for I get it now....Apparently I have to set up a REGULAR Nintendo DS Connection setup..I'm not sure if I can execute this since the access point(I am trying to connect to)'s P.S.
Have a look at the following tips to try to solve the problem: 1.
Only the official Wii LAN Adaptor will work with the Wii console, so check that you're using the official internet cable made by Nintendo( [ Register or Signin to view external If you don't have a My Nintendo membership, you need to select "Do not link". Most likely one the ports that the DS is trying to use is blocked. ~ Jon Hakoda, Jun 18, 2009 Top #6 OP Newcomer nuke888 Advanced Member Joined: Jul 27, Headquarters are in Redmond, Washington Contact Us Newsletter Signup Website Feedback Find Us: