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    Hi,

    I just put Wasabi Zero on my Wii (D2B) ... I tested with some games (Wii Music, Call of Duty, NFS Undercover) and it works fine.

    I have not updated the wasabi yet ... and my Wii system menu is 3.4E.

    I have original Mario Kart Wii and I tried to play online.

    Strange thing is that I cannot connect! Error 20100 99%.

    It worked once though and I could play couple of matches, but suddenly got error on Wii asked me to EJECT the disc and turn off the power.

    My question, is this Wi-Fi connection problem with original Mario Kart caused by the Wasabi Zero modchip???

    I have no problem with Wii Internet Channel, I can browse the internet, etc.

    How is your Wi-Fi online connection after you put Wasabi modchip?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kampung View Post
    Hi,

    I just put Wasabi Zero on my Wii (D2B) ... I tested with some games (Wii Music, Call of Duty, NFS Undercover) and it works fine.

    I have not updated the wasabi yet ... and my Wii system menu is 3.4E.

    I have original Mario Kart Wii and I tried to play online.

    Strange thing is that I cannot connect! Error 20100 99%.

    It worked once though and I could play couple of matches, but suddenly got error on Wii asked me to EJECT the disc and turn off the power.

    My question, is this Wi-Fi connection problem with original Mario Kart caused by the Wasabi Zero modchip???

    I have no problem with Wii Internet Channel, I can browse the internet, etc.

    How is your Wi-Fi online connection after you put Wasabi modchip?

    Thanks.
    | Nintendo - Customer Service | Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection - Error Code Results

    Error Code: 20100

    * There could be a temporary issue with the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection servers. Please wait a few hours and try again.

    * If after waiting a few hours and the problem has not resolved, there could be a problem with your home connection. Try the following:

    1. Ensure your home internet connection is working properly. Use a PC that is attached to your home router and visit a website that you have not been to before, in order to check that the connection is currently working.

    2. Try adjusting the "Channel" your wireless router broadcasts on. We highly recommend setting your wireless router to either channel 1 or 11. This can potentially increase stability. For information on accessing your router's settings, click here to select the brand name and model number of your router (if available).

    3. Within the Wii's system settings, erase the current connection file you use to connect your Wii online, and set up a new one. To do this, access the "Internet" option from the Wii settings. For step-by-step instructions, click here.

    If you are still receiving this error code after waiting a few hours and trying the steps above, please call 1-800-255-3700 for assistance.
    Best Of Luck. I think Wii's WIFI sucks. Try changing the channel on your router.

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