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    Question PatchMii IOS Downgrader Problem

    I have been following a video that I downloaded alongside all the stuff I need to hack my Wii and I have managed to install the Homebrew Channel and have moved onto the steps to downgrade and eventually install the Wii Backup Launcher.
    The problem is that when I go to use PatchMii IOS Downgrader its says "initializing network" for about 20 seconds and then I very briefly get a message that says something along the lines of "I need to connect to a network to download IOS" after which I am sent back to the loadmii menu. I have a wireless connection and have tested it several times to check that it is working (and it is). I am very confused as to why this is happening.

    Can any body help me?
    Thanks a lot!

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    does your wifi have a pass? i heard of patchmii not liking unsecured networks...
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    that could well be it.
    the only problem is that my wii doesn't seem to like connecting to a secured network. i changed my WPA2 (TKIP) to WPA (TKIP) because i have read that the wii doesn't support WPA2 (TKIP), but it still wouldn't connect. I suppose I should look for an ethernet adaptor.

    Thanks for the reply

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    I have no problem with connecting my Wii to WPA2 (AES) on my Netgear. Connection is solid., Sometimes i change channels to boost signal level, but this is it. May be you are using the same wifi channel as your neighbour and that could be where the problem lays...

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