Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector XP/Vista Driver Version 1.07 (12/01/08)

4 11 2007

Finally I can dispose of my Windows XP partition.

Recently, I decided to try one of the many work arounds to try and get our Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector working in Vista. I’d tried before, but had very little success to say the least.

As a last resort, I visited the Nintendo download section. I say visited, what I really mean is trawled through millions of pages trying to find the actual download page. I am quite amazed that Google didn’t find it with terms such as “WiFi Vista Nintendo” and “Nintendo WiFi Driver”. Anyway I eventually found the page I was looking for….. and it had been updated!

Wow. Nintendo have finally updated the software to work on Windows Vista. I knew the software wasn’t going to be too great, but I had nothing to lose so gave it a shot. I have to say -it works much better now.

This version features the following upgrades/corrections from version 1.05:

  • Reduction of CPU load when the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector is not connected.
  • Changes to certain registration tool message displays.
  • Added Windows Vista compatibility.
  • Change to specification that requires the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector to be attached when uninstalling.

Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector version 1.06 – Install Instructions

! You MUST uninstall any previous versions of the software.
! You MUST have the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector plugged in during the uninstall.

For complete setup instructions:
Wii: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/systems/wii/en_na/connectingOnline.jsp?entryId=usbInstall
DS: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/wfc/en_na/ds/connect.jsp?entryId=usbInstall

For troubleshooting, go to:
http://support.nintendo.com

Download the Latest Software for the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector

If you already have successfully installed the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector and are able to connect your Wii console online, there is no need to download or install another version of the software. There is no benefit to doing so, and it is not recommended for those who currently have a working connection.

Important! Previously-installed versions of the software must be uninstalled prior to updating with a newer version.
Click here for help uninstalling. Remember to reboot your PC after the uninstallation process, before installing another version!

Available Software Versions:
(For assistance with downloading and installing the software, please see the information at the bottom of this section.)

Windows 7 users: There is no installation software available for Windows 7, and we cannot guarantee that any of the available versions will work with Windows 7.

 

Version
Release Date
File Size
XP
Vista
12/01/08
1.70 MB
Yes
Yes
10/22/07
1.74 MB
Yes
Yes
05/01/06
1.00 MB
Yes
No
01/18/06
1.00 MB
Yes
No
12/19/05
1.00 MB
Yes
No
11/18/05
0.99 MB
Yes
No

Note:

Depending on how your version of Windows XP or Windows Vista is configured, the steps below may vary slightly from your setup. You also may be prompted by Windows XP or Windows Vista to allow the download or installation of the software with a warning that Windows XP or Windows Vista does not recognize it. It is safe to allow the download.

  1. Click on the version number of the software you wish to obtain from the section above.
  2. You will then be prompted to either “Open/Run” or “Save.” Click “Save” and use the drop down in the save menu to save the file to your desktop.
  3. Once the file has downloaded, go to your desktop, and right click on the .zip file (Nintendo_WFC_USB.zip) that just downloaded, and click on “Extract All”.
  4. Click “Next” and then click “Next” again to extract the files to your desktop. Click “Finish”; a new folder with the extracted files should now be on your desktop.
  5. Click the new folder to find another folder called “NintendoWFCReg.” Click this folder to see its contents.
  6. Scroll down the list of files to find “Setup.exe” and double click this file to begin the installation process. (For step-by-step assistance with this process, please click here.)

In order to work with Windows Vista, you must have version 1.06 or higher of the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector software (available above).

Windows 7 users: There is no installation software available for Windows 7, and we cannot guarantee that any of the available versions will work with Windows 7.

Important: The Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector has been discontinued until further notice. As an alternative for on-line access, Nintendo DS owners can use a standard wireless router or Hotspot location. Please click here for more information.

What is the Nintendo USB Connector?
The Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector is a Nintendo-dedicated wireless access point that plugs into the USB port on a PC (Windows XP or Windows Vista* only).

Important: The Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector has been discontinued until further notice. As an alternative for on-line access, DS owners can use a standard wireless router or Hotspot location. Please click here for more information.

*In order to work with Windows Vista, you must have version 1.06 or higher of the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector software. Click here to download the latest version.

Do I have to buy the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector?
Absolutely not! If you already have a wireless router in your home, you will be able to use your Nintendo DS to connect online and play games. If you do not have a wireless router, you can buy one at your local retailer. Check out our router info page for more information.

If you do not wish to setup a wireless network in your home, you can also connect to the Nintendo WFC at many Hotspots. For more information on setting up a connection at a Hotspot, click here.

Important: The Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector has been discontinued until further notice. As an alternative for on-line access, Nintendo DS owners can use a standard wireless router or hotspot location. Please click here for more information.

In order to use the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector you will need the following:

What do I need to be able to use the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector?

  • Broadband internet connection
  • Nintendo DS system
  • PC running Windows XP or Windows Vista* with active internet account.
  • Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection compatible Nintendo DS game

*In order to work with Windows Vista, you must have version 1.06 or higher of the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector software. Click here to download the latest version.

Important: The Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector has been discontinued until further notice. As an alternative for on-line access, Nintendo DS owners can use a standard wireless router or Hotspot location. Please click here for more information.

Where can I buy the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector?
The Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector has been discontinued until further notice. As an alternative for on-line access, Nintendo DS owners can use a standard wireless router or Hotspot location. Please click here for more information.

How do I uninstall the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector software?
Please follow these steps on your computer to remove the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector software:

  1. Uninstall the USB connector through the Device Manager.
    • Make sure you have the USB Connector plugged into your computer.
    • Click the Start button and select Control Panel.
    • Click “System” and select the “Hardware” tab. Choose “Device Manager.”
    • Next to “Network Adapters,” click the “+” to expand the list.
    • If the Nintendo USB Connector is in the list, right-click it and choose “Uninstall.”
  2. Perform the DEVREMOV process.
    • Make sure you have the USB Connector plugged into your computer.
    • On your computer, click on the “My Computer” icon (found in the Start menu or sometimes on the desktop), and right click on your CD drive containing the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection Installation CD, and choose ‘Explore.’
    • Open “NintendoWFCReg/SoftAP.” Within there, double-click the DEVREMOV.exe application.

    During the course of running the DEVREMOV program, you will see three windows pop up successively.

    • The first will have a series of question marks. Click “Yes.”
    • The second will have a picture of wires and lights moving on it while the DEVREMOV utility uninstalls the internet connection sharing for the Nintendo Wi-FI USB Connector. This will disappear on its own.
    • The third will also have several question marks on it. Just click “Ok.”
    • At this point, remove the USB connector from your computer.
  3. Check the “Programs” list and, if the “Uninstall” option for the connector is there, run this process.
    • Click the Start button , and select “Programs.”
    • If the Nintendo USB Wi-Fi Connector is listed, click on the “Uninstall” program to remove it.
  4. Check Add/Remove Software on the computer and, if listed, remove the USB connector.
    • Click the Start button, and select Control Panel.
    • Open “Add/Remove Programs.”
    • If listed, select the Nintendo Wi-Fi connector from the list, and click “Remove.”
    • Follow the prompts to uninstall the program.
    • Reboot your computer to complete the uninstallation.


Download: Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector

XP/Vista Driver Version 1.06/1.07

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4 11 2007
Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector XP/Vista Driver Version 1.06 (10/22/07) · Nintendo Wii Zone

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4 11 2007
nomoregoatsoup · Nintendo Wii Zone

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11 11 2007
YUGO

dood i can not install the nintendo wi-fi to my windows vista what should i do to install it?

14 11 2007
nomoregoatsoup

Sorry, I just ran the Setup and it installed great on all of my test machines (Home Premium, Basic and Ultimate).

I’ve been testing for a while and it’s running much better than XP.

17 05 2009
bazer

vista wii driver not working????

I keep getting all the way through the download and it request me to plug in adapter and then click OK and just get a error message “application error.”

any ideas on what the problem is? no firewalls set up

11 11 2009
Jaclyn Batten

I’m having the same issue. Did you find a solution?

28 01 2010
vince

did u install the addapter

20 11 2007
superdsfan

hello
i havent installed nothing for the wifi thing so do i just connect it and download

“Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector XP/Vista Driver Version 1.06 ”

from your page and start playing or wat i need help!!!!!!!!

were did you find the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector XP/Vista Driver Version 1.06 ?

what website?

just curious

24 11 2007
nomoregoatsoup

It the bottom it says
Download Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector XP/Vista Driver Version 1.06 here.

I’ll put it in really big letters so it’s clearer
:|

2 12 2007
Wii have a problem

Eh, I wish I could get this to work. I need to re-install my USB Connector Software, and I have uninstalled the program. When I try to re-install it, it almost finishes then says “You need to Uninstall the Wi-Fi Registration Tool”. BUT I ALREADY DID.

Any help?

2 12 2007
Wii have a problem

Ah, it;s okay, I got it. Nice site, however. :)

2 01 2008
Marc Charron

Man I can not get the Vista WiFi driver to work. Vista Premium keeps giving me this warning.

“Windows cannot open the folder. The Compressed (zipped) folder is invalid”

What is happening. I am in dire need of Super Mario Bros. 2 and 3. Please Help Me!!!!

31 01 2008
nomoregoatsoup

Sounds like the download has been corrupted.
Try installing from a new download.

18 02 2008
Werethless

when i finish downloading it says download comlete and then i open it and then text pops up how do i fix it if you are using xp

18 02 2008
Werethless

please answer me

11 03 2008
RUSHanroulette

I have the exact same problem, my zip file was invalid too. Im tryin to uninstall and reinstall, but Ive heard there are connection problems if you have Norton Anti Virus installed on vista. Apparantly stops sharing the internet connection to your wifi usb.

16 03 2008
Hardeep

I tried to use this program but when ever i do the “setup” thing it goes fine till Setting Up INTERNET CONNECTION SHARING then i get this thing that says Internet Connection Sharing Error (6). So im really confused I NEED HELP please reply to mine as quick as you can Thank You.

16 03 2008
bizzozeroN

I installed it fine but now it wont find my stupid DS or Wii…I was really looking forward to using this again x_x. any ideas? I’m using Trend Micro PC-Cillin for a firewall. it seems ive allowed everything everywhere in random places x_x.

26 03 2008
Eric

I have putton the nintendo wifi on my computer but when it opens it dissorts the screen into a 6bit display it switches my computer display from home premium into basic view and when i put my computer into the 32 bit view the nintendo wifi window is still screwed up.

27 03 2008
Molly

The website you have placed up for the download has been moved or something. When I click I get an error saying the site can not be accessed, or something. Where can I find this site manually. I’ve tried nintendo but t takes hours to load on my computer (not joking about that…) I beg of your help because I’m really getting frustrated!

29 03 2008
nomoregoatsoup

Everyone keeps complaining about this, yet everytime I click it -it works fine!
I’ll add a mirror.

edit – mirror added!

5 04 2008
Phencar

I installed version 1.06 to work on my windows vista OS and cant get the software past the point where it tells me to connect the wifi connector. Whats can I do? It seems like it doesnt register or something. I have tried to download a the file a few times, removed firewalls, right clicked the file and tried changed compatibilty to XP SP2. What else is there to do?

6 04 2008
nomoregoatsoup

The WiFi driver has always worked for me.

There could be issues arising from Driver Signature Enforcement, for some people.

Start/Programs/Accessories
– Right-click “command prompt” and select “run as administrator”
– At the command prompt, type bcdedit /set loadoptions DDISABLE_INTEGRITY_CHECKS
– Reboot!

Or maybe try the easier way:

Before Windows Vista loads, press F8 (like you would do to enter safe mode)

Using the F8 option. An F8 Advanced Boot Option introduced with Windows Vista—“Disable Driver Signature Enforcement”—is available to disable the kernel-signing enforcement only for the current boot session. This setting does not persist across boot sessions.

Maybe uninstall it, reinstall it with Driver Signature Enforcement disabled.

Sorry, but the only ideas I have. Like I said, it’s always worked fine for me when I install. Hope it works!
Goat

3 05 2008
Riokah

I continuously get the same error when trying to install this, I get most of the way through the install then recieve an error message saying “Please insert the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector into your computer’s USB port.”

Well, it is connected. I’ve tried 3/4 of my USB ports and still nothing, I tried the Driver signiture Enforcement disabled. I’ve tried two different downloads of it and still nothing! What am I doing wrong? I have no virus scanners or firewalls active either.

3 05 2008
nomoregoatsoup

Whether you’re using the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector, the Wii LAN Adapter, or a wireless router, firewalls and other computer security programs can be very tricky to get working when attempting to do online gaming. Anti-virus, anti-spyware, software firewalls, and firewall-enabled routers can affect communications within your network. You may want to consider temporarily disabling, or removing, these products installed on home networks to enable game play. If this is not the approach you wish to take, below are some guidelines for how your firewall or security program needs to be adjusted. As each manufacturer is different, if you need help making these adjustment, please contact your firewall or security program manufacturer.

The following detailed information regarding required protocols, ports and communication requirements needed by the Wii console, games, and the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector (if used) may be helpful. Please consult your firewall’s instruction manual or manufacturer for specific assistance on working with the firewall.

While Nintendo makes a concerted effort to test and document known incompatibilities with software and hardware, it is impossible for us to test and document them all. Detailed information regarding the necessary ports and sites has been included below for those customers who want to use and configure their own firewall or computer security application.

Allowing TCP and UDP Traffic:
The Wii console may require unrestricted access to several sites across various ports and protocols to function correctly. These addresses and ports vary, and may change in the future without notice. Many software firewalls restrict outbound access. Only if your firewall blocks outbound traffic do you need to enable this traffic:

TCP:
Allow traffic to all destinations on ports: 28910, 29900, 29901, 29920, 80, and 443

UDP:
Allow all traffic to all destinations. (Necessary for peer-to-peer connections and game play). Our Network Test tool can be used from a computer behind your firewall to test if outbound UDP is allowed.

Please note that by allowing the traffic to the destinations listed above, you are essentially removing a significant amount of firewall protection for your network. While Nintendo provides this information for our consumers’ use, it is up to each consumer to determine what security needs they have for their own networks, and to decide how best to configure their network settings to meet those needs.

Additional Information for the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector Users
If you are using the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector, and have a software firewall or other computer security program installed on your computer, there may be additional steps you must complete to allow a successful connection.

“Trusted” Applications:
If your firewall or PC security program keeps a list of trusted applications (also known as a “trusted zone”), the following programs are installed with the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector, and require internet communications. If prompted by your firewall or PC security program, add these to the list of trusted applications. This information may also apply to certain computer security applications, such as anti-virus, anti-spyware, etc.:

Nintendo Wi-Fi Connector USB (NintendoWFCReg.exe )
Setup.exe (when installing the USB Connector)
SoftAPInstDrv.bin
mdriver.exe
“Trusted” IP Ranges:

There are also potential ranges of IP addresses that may need to be added to the “trusted zone” for your software firewall or PC security program for Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector users. Each of these would need to be opened up for TCP and UDP traffic, or for some firewalls or security programs, added as a “trusted zone.” Please consult the manual for your firewall or security program for more specific information.

192.168.1.1 subnet mask 255.255.255.0
172.16.1.1 subnet mask 255.255.255.0
0.0.0.0 subnet mask 255.255.255.255

Software Firewalls Identified as Being “Incompatible” with the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector

We have identified the following software firewall(s) as being incompatible with the use of the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector. We suggest using another firewall product, if possible:

Zone Alarm Internet Security Suite
Important Note: In order to use the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector, Zone Alarm Internet Security Suit must be completely uninstalled from your computer. Simply disabling (turning off) this program will still not allow a successful connection.

Turn off any “VPN” programs running on the computer
Virtual Private Network (VPN) programs can interfere with the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector, and must be turned “off” or “disabled.” VPN’s are typically found on computers belonging to those who need to create a secure connection to an outside network (for example, people who work from home).

3 05 2008
nomoregoatsoup

Installation Help for the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector
Before Beginning:
The information on this page can be used for troubleshooting the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector installation process.

Important Note: If you received the “Grant Permissions” screen of the installation tool, then the installation was successful. If your installation was successful and you are able to connect your Wii console, but are not able to stay connected or are receiving an error code, it may be caused by a firewall or anti-virus issue. Please click here for more information.

If during the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector installation process you are unable to get to the “Grant Permissions” screen, then the following troubleshooting on this page may help get the installation completed. The steps below are performed on your PC, or if/when necessary, your router.

Note: If you have a network setup where one computer with a modem is being used by other computers to access the internet, the USB connector should be installed on the computer with the modem.

Does the Setup CD automatically start when you insert it into your computer?

If the Setup CD does not automatically start up when inserted, the Autorun feature of your computer may not be enabled. If the set up window doesn’t appear, on your computer, click the “Start” button, choose “Run,” and then click the “Browse” button. Click on the CD drive the Setup CD is in and locate the Setup.EXE file. Double-click this file to begin the installation process.

Ensure that you have rights to install software on the computer
Windows XP only allows users who are granted “Admin” rights in their profiles to install software. This includes the software necessary to install the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector. To determine if the profile you are using has “Admin” rights:
Click the Start Button and select the Control Panel.
Select “User Accounts.”
A list of all User Accounts are displayed. Users listed as “Administration” level are able to install software.
If the profile you are using does not have these rights, you will not be able to install the required software. Please contact an individual with “Administrator” settings for assistance.

Make sure you have the most current install software
Click here to check our Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector software downloads page. Upgrading to the most current software may solve some installation and connection issues. (Note: if you already have Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector software installed, be sure to uninstall and reboot your computer before installing another version.)

Check to see if there might be an IP Address conflict between the router and the USB connector:

Verify your Default Gateway IP on your computer:
Click the Start button
Click “Run.”
Type CMD and click Ok.
The Command Prompt (small box with a black background) will appear. After c:\> type IPCONFIG/ALL and press Enter. Your Default Gateway IP will now be displayed.

If the Default Gateway displayed is either 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1, you will need to find the IP Address in you router’s settings and change it to 192.168.2.1

Important! If you have any other devices that utilize the router, you will need to update the IP Address on each of these to match the one you entered on the router.

If the IP Address needed to be changed, power down your computer and, if you have not already done so, disconnect the USB connector. Being sure to leave the connector disconnected, power on the computer and go through the installation process again.

If the IP Address does not need to be changed, or if the installation fails, please keep reading.

Check Local Area Connections to determine what the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) options are set to.Which option is correct will depend on how you have your computer set up.

Unless indicated otherwise, make sure the USB connector is connected to the computer throughout these steps.
To perform the following steps, you will need to access your computer’s Local Area Connection screen. To do this, click the Start button, select Control Panel and click on the Network Connections option.

Adjust the ICS options as needed:

If one Local Area Network is listed on the Local Area Connection screen, other than the USB Connector:

Right click on that connection, select Properties, and then the Advanced tab.
If the ICS options are enabled, uncheck all boxes under the ICS area to disable them.
If the ICS options are disabled, check all boxes under the ICS area to enable them.|

If two or more Local Area Networks are listed on the Local Area Connection screen, other than the USB Connector:

Right click on the “Network Card,” select Properties, and then the Advanced tab.
Uncheck all boxes under the ICS area to disable them. (If you are getting an Internet Connection Sharing error, the ICS settings were most likely enabled (checked).)

Uninstall the USB connector through the Device Manager.

Make sure you have the USB Connector plugged into your computer.
Click the Start button and select Control Panel.
Click “System” and select the “Hardware” tab. Choose “Device Manager.”
Next to “Network Adapters,” click the “+” to expand the list.
If the Nintendo USB Connector is in the list, right-click it and choose “Uninstall.”

Perform the DEVREMOV process.
Make sure you have the USB Connector plugged into your computer.
On your computer, click on the “My Computer” icon (found in the Start menu or sometimes on the desktop), and right click on your CD drive containing the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection Installation CD, and choose ‘Explore.’
Open “NintendoWFCReg/SoftAP.” Within there, double-click the DEVREMOV.exe application.
During the course of running the DEVREMOV program, you will see three windows pop up successively.

The first will have a series of question marks. Click “Yes.”
The second will have a picture of wires and lights moving on it while the DEVREMOV utility uninstalls the internet connection sharing for the Nintendo Wi-FI USB Connector. This will disappear on its own.
The third will also have several question marks on it. Just click “Ok.”
At this point, remove the USB connector from your computer.

Check the “Programs” list and, if the “Uninstall” option for the connector is there, run this process.

Click the Start button , and select “Programs.”
If the Nintendo USB Wi-Fi Connector is listed, click on the “Uninstall” program to remove it.

Check Add/Remove Software on the computer and, if listed, remove the USB connector.

Click the Start button, and select Control Panel.
Open “Add/Remove Programs.”
If listed, select the Nintendo Wi-Fi connector from the list, and click “Remove.”
Follow the prompts to uninstall the program.

Remove the installation CD, power down your computer, and disconnect the USB connector if it is still connected. Being sure to leave the connector disconnected, power on the computer.

Once the computer is on, plug the connector into the USB port.
If Windows XP does not detect the connector as a new device and prompt you to install it, all components have not been removed from the computer. Complete steps 2 through 5 again.
If Windows XP does detect the connector as a new device, remove the connector from the USB port and go through the installation process again.

If the installation is still unsuccessful:
There are likely settings on your computer that are making it incompatible with the installation program. Please call 1-800-255-3700 to discuss additional options.

1 06 2008
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21 06 2008
Brendan

I’m running Vista Home Premium SP1, on a Acer computer.
My Internet connection is MTS. Cable/DSL.
I’m using a stick that came with v1.05, I’m not using that v.1.05 disc, and I’m downloading it with v.1.06 download link you gave out.

I tried about 5 times.

Everything goes fine when it’s installing, I do everything it tells me to do.
When it gets to the stage where it is setting up the Connection Sharing or whatever, My Internet connection goes away and doesn’t come back ’till I restart.

I restart and my Internet is back, but Wi-Fi is not installed.
(It’s ether error 5, or 6 when my Internet goes away)

Please E-Mail me if you, or anyone reading this has any advice.

brendan_smith81@msn.com

14 08 2008
Shane

Hey there all for all of you who just got yourself a nice new shiny computer with vista 64bit edition on it i just read i the Nintendo site from a forum post that all the pcs with this version of vista are experiencing problems. There is probably no support

15 08 2008
nomoregoatsoup

…and the driver version is Driver Version 1.06 FINAL!

17 08 2008
lauren

hey people… i haven’t yet purchased a wifi usb connector but i have been reading other peoples comments…. it sounds like people that are using vista are experiencing problems… but only one person has experienced it with xp. i hope when i purchase it- it will work!

19 08 2008
nomoregoatsoup

Most of the problems I had with the WiFi stick are related to Vista.
Since they hid up, and renamed half the networking features in Vista – it makes it harder.

Just remember to:

Allow ICS (internet connection sharing)
Allow the Nintendo program to have firewall access
Turn off UAC.

Works like a charm for me when these things are done.

25 08 2008
Jeff

I also had Internet Connection sharing error 6 until I gathered up a bunch of tips from different sources, Install as per usual and get the error and leave the wifi usb connector in. Go to control panel, network and internet, and then network and sharing center. Whatever is your main source of internet hit view status. Then hit properties and the sharing tab. Make sure allow other users to connect is checked. Then hit ok. If you have problems still then go to windows firewall and activate it. I did the first steps dozens of times to no avail but with the firewall up it was suprisingly simple. Write back if this helps out any.

1 09 2008
Ryan

Just got a new desktop with Vista Home Premium, and realized the usb wouldn’t work on it. Searched all over Nintendo, found the download, saved the file it instructed me to save, but when I had to extract, it said the folder is empty. I’ve tried other ways to go about opening the zip file, but nothing seems to work.

1 09 2008
nomoregoatsoup

try this one.

9 09 2008
Patty

Hi

I download the files fine and install everything correctly and connect my ds to the computer. But when i get to stage 3 of the wifi config the connection works perfectly with the green icon but then after about 15 seconds goes red and comes up with,” error code 52003, unable to find IP address,”. So i try uninstalling all of the spyware and firewalls and antivirus programs but nothing seems to work so i try to do it manually but i do not have an SSID or a gateway or a DNS. I have looked all over the web but nothing works so is it something wrong with the USB or is there something i am forgetting.

Hope you can help thanx

11 09 2008
nomoregoatsoup

I’d visit the network area and check your adapter is running with ICS (Internet Connection Sharing). I’m pretty sure that’s what code 52003 is.

Browse your network connections, find the one that provides your internet access.

Right click on it, Properties.
A dialogue box will appear -visit the sharing tab and tick “Allow”

Hope it helps

30 10 2008
joewii

i dont have the cd doo i need the cd and when i click down load nothing comes up so..
?

8 11 2008
~RNC~

Ok I have windows xp, I was doing fine with the wi-fi til about a week ago it just stopped working, I knew to un-install and then re-install, that’s where my problems began, it would load up on the bar to about a 1/4 of the way and then freeze. It done that every time I tried to download it, any suggestions on why??
I still am with out wi-fi because of this problem.

13 11 2008
Nick

Hi

I just bought a wifi USB for my NDS lite.
The model of Wi-Fi usb: WLI-U2-KG54-YB off ebay
Im running Vista Ultimate SP1, i’ll go through set-up step by step.
1. click on setup.exe
2. click on OK
3. click English, click OK

Now at a quarter of the green bar it stops moving and has on the same window on the top.
“Connect the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector. Once the device is connected, please wait a moment”

The Wi-Fi usb is connected in the USB port but nothing else happens.

Any ideas…..

13 11 2008
nomoregoatsoup

I’ve had this happen to me. I resolved the issue (and many other ones) by enabling Internet connection sharing. Sometimes Windows update turns it off!

Control Panel Home > Network and Internet > Natwork and Sharing Center

On the right hand side you should see “Manage Network connections”

Right click your ethernet or whatever provides the PC with internet, select properties. On the sharing tab, tick the boxes.

Now try and install and see if the progress bar moves along this time.

Hope it works!

13 11 2008
Nick

OK this is what i did
When i searched on google to enable ICS on vista.

It said what you said to do but there is suppose to be a Sharing Tab after i right click the Local area connection (provides the PC with internet)

I cant find were to enable ICS

Hope you can help
This is driving me crazy

13 11 2008
nomoregoatsoup

aah so there must only be one connection listed? It can’t share unless there’s another to share with. hmm..

Perhaps it might be an idea to run the installer in “Windows Xp compatibility” mode. Right click the installer (Nintendo_WFC_USB.exe) and select properties. On the compatibility tab, tick box; run in XP Service Pack 2 mode.

Fingers crossed, it should install now.

EDIT: umm setup.exe not Nintendo_WFC_USB.exe, that’s just the extracter :o

13 11 2008
Nick

didnt work

just does the same thing

yeah there is only one..
is there another way..

13 11 2008
nomoregoatsoup

Goat’s top tip: Tried “Disable driver signature enforcement”? Reboot and press the F8 key immediately after BIOS POST. You will be presented with several options for booting Vista. One of the options will be to disable driver signature enforcement. Select that and then try installing again. Keep an eye out for little red “pop up” dialogue boxes. They often get hidden behind other windows…

I bet it’s that… but failing that the only things I can think of are:

Have you have tried without firewall?
If you’re using Window’s firewall perhaps unplug your internet connection and try without it running. Try installing again.

Also you could try going into the subfolder named “SoftAP” and running DEVREMOVE.exe to clean the device install and start again.

Also you could try manual inf install. Navigate to the location where you extracted the install files.
xxxxx\Nintendo_WFC_USB\NintendoWFCReg\U2G54\WinVista

Find the file called rt25usbap.inf and right click it, “Install”. Vista should now accept the device, but you’ll still need to get the installer to work for the ds to work.

Good Luck!

13 11 2008
Nick

Naah Nothing worked except for going to device manager and installing the driver there and then i got the Sharing Tab but nothing else happens

I dont know what to do
Oh yeah the red “pop up”
Saying windows cant verify the publisher of this driver software.
Strange i Disable driver signature enforcement and the red pop up still came up

This sucks

13 11 2008
nomoregoatsoup

The pop up just proves signature enforcement is disabled. When enabled, it shouldn’t even ask you to install -it just ignores it.

Sorry I’m all out of ideas, perhaps email Nintendo support. They take a while to respond though…

14 11 2008
Nick

Thanks for your help

This sucks

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~RNC~

Ok I got it to install (somewhat) it got all the way to the end and then said internet connection sharing error 6, now what could this be?? I was reading above where it talked about the ics in the control panel, 2 of the boxes in there are checked and one is not, could that be the problem?
Thanks

15 11 2008
nomoregoatsoup

~RNC~: Yes, I believe both must be checked for a successful connection. Also make sure the firewall is allowing access.

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Nick

Hi again
Could you make sense of this, this is what i was told to do.

You need to install and run the software with Administrator privilege. After that, the ZD utility software will search for its hardware automatically. If there is no hardware installed, the ZD utility will not show up

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i cant do the DEVREMOV process because i dont have the cd anymore… what do i do??

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This is my problem
I downloaded the vista version 1.06 for the wifi thing on the site, i went through all the steps to install it. when i was done i tried it on my ds when i got to step 3 to test the connection, i have 3 bars at first then like 20sec later is goes away and says: connected to access point but unable to connect to server, what do i do?

28 11 2008
nomoregoatsoup

Have you checked your main (modem/ethernet) internet connection is set to “ICS” ? (Internet Connection Sharing) If you’re unsure…

Control Panel Home > Network and Internet > Natwork and Sharing Center

On the left hand side you should see “Manage Network connections”

Right click your ethernet or whatever provides the PC with internet, select properties. On the sharing tab, tick the boxes.

If ICS is enabled then perhaps simply unplug. Turn PC off. Install into new USB socket -Power up.

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i got the nintendo wifi usb connector but wire or disk did not come with it wat do i do

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kyle stevenson

i need help real quick about this

2 12 2008
nomoregoatsoup

Download the driver, the wire is just a USB extender cable.

Sorry it wasn’t that quick, but I’ve been waiting online all my life for your post. I must have fallen asleep, sorry

28 12 2008
lock n load

When I try installing the wi-fi connector it all goes fine until it gets to the end and then it says “error. please insert the wi-fi usb stick” and it is alreasy in. What should I do?

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I got the same problem as lock n load i tried everythin u said but no luck

22 01 2009
Daniel

After loosing 3 hours of debugging, and still getting, application error. i just figure out it will only work under vista 32bit not 64bit. I hope nintendo will specify that in the readme.

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Drew

I bought a Wi-fi usb on e-bay and it came with the usb, a cord, and a disk that doesn’t work…What should I do? I tried downloading version 1.07 I saved it to my desktop right clicked on it to extract all, clicked next and it said “no files to extract”…

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Serge Alex

I have the same error than Matt (2008 november 27). Vista 32-bit home premium, a lot of people over the internet had this error recently.

Matt exactly told how the DS would react before the error window pops in… I have a DS original by the way:

It is error code 52103 (when IP for either your internet or Nintendo WFConnector connection isn’t set to “Obtain IP automatically”) or 52003 and the only solution I know is to re-install the software, reboot after installation, and there you have it, but you will need to do this everytime because after another reboot it won’t work anymore!

On the NDS it says “Unable to obtain IP Address. Confirm that the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connector is functionning properly. For help, visit… blablabla and your firewalls/antiviruses are turned off.

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Download link works fine. People always complain about it, but whenever I try it works fine. Perhaps try again later or something…

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Jemma

Hi there, i got a nitendo usb connector installed the vista version. I installed it all fine and it work onced i had finished. But after i turned my pc off and tried again it attempts to connect and does for about a second but then disconnects and i get an error message.

Hope you can help, ive tired looking online and i just can’t find anything helpfull

15 04 2009
nomoregoatsoup

Some people find renaming the Wii or DS helps.
Failing that a total uninstall and reinstall (in Vista service pack 1 compatibity mode) might do the trick.

22 04 2009
william

i have tried to download both v 1.06 and v 1.07 from this site and nintendo’s site but it dosen’t finish and the file is corrupt. I don’t know why but can someone send it to me PLEASE!!!

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22 04 2009
nomoregoatsoup

William, I’ve mailed the software in WinRar format.
Hope it works!

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william

thanks it did but now my new dsi hooks up but my wii dosent. It’s name comes up on the computer and i grant it permission but it doesn’t actually connect and fails the test. Any idea?

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Kai

I tried to download 1.07 from the Nintendo website but it’s version 1.06. I’ve tried installing it, but it gives the sharing error. Checking the tcp/ipv4 properties as described in the work around didn’t help much as there was no ip address there. I’m hoping the actual version 1.07 will help.

27 04 2009
nomoregoatsoup

William: That’s a new one with me. Have you tried deleting all connection settings in the Wii menu and starting again? Sometimes I found simply renaming the Wii fixed problems.

Kai: Yes I haven’t posted the 1.07 drivers yet.
1.07 may be different, but from what I can see -the “mdrivers” are the same ones from 2006! Perhaps 1.07 has a fixed installer?…

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David

Hey, nomoregoatsoup, thank you so much for your support to all of us gamers here. I am using vista ultimate 64 bits, and I´m pluging my usb wifi connector everywhere in all of the usb connectors. Even so, the device doesn´t get to install the software at all. All though I had previously used in windows XP sp2 with no problems at all, i´ve upgraded to vista only to ifnd out I don´t know how to run this thing now. The wifi usb connector isn´t activating any lights when plugged in the machine either.

I´ve followed everything you said inhere. Could the fact that´s a 64 bit be the reason? if so, I already tried the run in windows vista xp sp2 compability mode while running the installation app as administrator…but it simply refuses to run.

My error says: “no device connected” – and it is connected. Then it says: Software error – not installed.

Please help.

11 05 2009
nomoregoatsoup

Hi David. Sadly, I’m unable to confirm if the adapter works in Vista 64bit. I never got to try the Wi-Fi connector in x64. I was using 32bits at the time, and now I have a really ugly Wireless N router instead. As you can probably see from the comments above, many people have trouble with x64 and N-WFC.

To make matters worse; Nintendo say it works with Vista -but don’t say which type they tested it on. You know they’re all too busy playing Wii-Sports to worry about technical details.

hmm… there was a way to turn the USB adapter into a standard buffalo wireless adapter tho… I wonder if that would help x64 users..? Might be worth a shot.

http://www.gadgetmadness.com/archives/20070322-how_to_hack_the_nintendo_wifi_usb_connector_as_a_wireless_card_in_two_steps.php

Good Luck!

14 05 2009
RW

First off, I’ll say props to you goat for being so patient with the less computer savvy users here. I know this ain’t any easier for you.

Second, I’d like to throw my own hat into the ring. I had Windows Vista (presumably 32 bit) home premium. Though I had issues at first getting the cd installer to work, for some reason it was able to bypass the “wrong OS system” error through sheer will (‘just kept clicking I guess) and it worked like a charm.

Then that computer died becase BIOS failure and blah blah blah.
I’ve bought a new computer, a Windows Vista Ultimate SP1, but I haven’t gotten that error this time. Rather, the setup screen will either freeze in place while installing the drivers (the cd installer) or popup an error in the last 1% of the installation asking to connect the USB (“OK” being the only option) and immediately showing the installation bar 100% saying “Application Error”.

Like so.

The computer can’t locate the driver either through the CD, the zip file, or the buffalo hack you linked me to by itself. I’ve tried disabling firewall/virus protection McAfee, couldn’t access “Driver Signature Enforcement” (there IS no F8, and F10’s setup had nothing on it), and DEVREMOV did nothing for me.

Any other suggestions you may have? It’s a brand new computer… :( Thanks for the help.

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Alex

Ok, when I first started I got the error codes 5 and 6, but I got around them by creating then merging networks (I’m on vista 32 bit). Now, my Ds can connect to the usb stick, however, it fails to locate my ip and stops. I’ve tried manually putting in my IP but that doesn’t work, and there is no auto locate ip. Anyone know what to do, I’ve been googling for hours.
Alex.

23 07 2009
Cody

I can start the download fine but the it stops short at like 120 kb can someone help me???

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tyler

ok i tried installing it but when it almost done it says to plug in the connecter even though its allready in wats wrong with it?

11 12 2009
tshain

Application Error 6 what does that mean?

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I have a laptop with an Alltel wireless air card (broadband Internet). I also have a Wii, I’m not sure how to hook up the internet to my Wii, since I don’t have cable or dsl internet. All I have is a laptop with inernet and a wireless internet card. Can I use a Nintendo Lan Adapter, or Nintendo USB Wi-Fi Connector? I have Wi-Fi on my laptop, but the wii doesn’t pick it up. Any help is apreciated.

Thanks! M.B.

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I also have a wireless router but it doesn’t have any inetrnet going through it.

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Alright… this is really weird but when I go to extract all the files it says that there are no files in the folder!

30 03 2010
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I did everything as should be.
I started to run the setup.exe, so it brings up a small window that loads quickly and disappears, as should be… then brings up another window that loads some, then asks me to insert the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector. I do. And it continues to load. It starts to set up Internet Connection Sharing, but a new window comes up with a message, and I quote, “Internet Connection Sharing error.(5)”
I hit OK and it totally stops. And it didn’t complete the installation. Please help. Thanks! :)

6 05 2010
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Every time I try connect my DS to the USB adaptor, it says it will run a connection test but then says it can’t obtain the IP address… It’s getting really frustrating, any ideas on what I should do?

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hi, i downloaded version 1.07 to my laptop. started to install it, added the connector, it got half way through the installation process then asked me to put the setup cd in. unfortunately, I dont have the cd. :( it wont finish installing. what can i do to install it without the cd?

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Hi, managed to install the software etc. Registered my ds. But when it does a connection test it comes up with error code52103. What does this mean?

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Windows Vista Users!

Turn off your anti virus programs.

1) Once it downloaded go into it via winrar then go into it untill u get to Nintendo_WFC_USB then extract it by right clicking to your desktop

2) Once itd extracted then go into and scroll down untill u see setup. The right click and run as administration. It should run i had no issues yet installing it and i done it the way i just told you 5 times with success.

3) Once its installed then get your usb plug it in and run the WiFi Usb program. Your done

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