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    Error 91010 in Mario Kart Online

    Hi everyone!

    I was just wondering if any of you had the error 91010 while playing Mario Kart Online.

    I've had this problem for a while, everytime I try to connect I get this error, or IF I'm lucky enough to get into a game, I get kicked out as soon as it starts.

    I don't know what to do. I though my router could be the problem but I just can't figure out what I should change. I tried to change the channel in my router and wii, went from 1 to 12 with no success. In port fowarding, it is asking me which port range to unblock, but I don't even know what the wii uses.

    Any help would be really appreciated. I searched a lot on the internet but couldn't find an answer except "The server is probably super busy". I don't think so.

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    From N customer service

    Error Code: 91010

    Our experience shows that error messages within this range are typically caused by an unstable network connection. The issue could be with your connection environment, your friend's connection environment, or a temporary issue with the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection.

    Our servers may be trying to handle an unusually high amount of traffic (especially if you are trying to play online with a recently-released or popular game, or if there is a new Wii system update). Please retry your connection later

    If you have waited a few hours and are still experiencing issues, try the following:

    1. How are you connecting online? The Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection is only compatible with Cable, DSL, and Fiber-optic internet connections. If you are connecting via Satellite, EV-DO (cellular), Dial-up, or other types of connections, then you should try to use an alternate type of connection. Contact your Internet Service Provider if you are not sure what type of internet connection you have.

    2. The error may be caused by a basic setting on the router that needs to be adjusted (such as the channel). Please review our general router troubleshooting.

    3. Some games may need certain settings on your router enabled or disabled to allow a successful connection with other players. This can include UDP and firewall settings that will vary from router to router. You can view our router pages by clicking here. If your router is listed, check to see if there are any special notes that may help. If there is no information for your particular router or you need further assistance, check out Nintendo's Tech Support Forums. Other users may have already found the solution you're looking for.

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    Searching for 91010 on Wiihacks generated the following link for me:-

    http://www.wiihacks.com/general-home...5-install.html

    Never heard of the error myself but it certainly sounds like connectivity issues
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    HAHA lol great minds think alike!!!!!!!!

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    Yeah and I'd also posted the N CS message before I noticed you'd already done it.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    read the post time of our posts!! LOL

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    Yeah I know. I actually edited the NCS text quote out as soon as I posted.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    I'll look into that. I guess it's probably my router but it used to work fine. But I didn't find that nintendo page about routers the first time I checked, that will help a lot.

    Thanks to you both

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