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Whenever you start up the Wii U, it checks if you have an internet connection, right? So, is there any way to disable this? I usually don't connect my ethernet cable to the Wii U and it's taking minutes before finding out I don't have a connection every time I boot the system up. I know I don't have an internet connection, and I don't need it Nintendo!






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Why not just leave it connected to the internet?

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ASStronaut said:
Why not just leave it connected to the internet?

Because I usually leave my ethernet cable in my 360. You know, the console which actually has online games.






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look in the setting, there may be a way to turn internet totally off...i dunno though

Chrizum said:
ASStronaut said:
Why not just leave it connected to the internet?

Because I usually leave my ethernet cable in my 360. You know, the console which actually has online games.


Wireless, another ethernet cable?



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ASStronaut said:
Chrizum said:
ASStronaut said:
Why not just leave it connected to the internet?

Because I usually leave my ethernet cable in my 360. You know, the console which actually has online games.


Wireless, another ethernet cable?

Both are not an option, and I wouldn't ask this question if they were.






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Chrizum said:
ASStronaut said:
Chrizum said:
ASStronaut said:
Why not just leave it connected to the internet?

Because I usually leave my ethernet cable in my 360. You know, the console which actually has online games.


Wireless, another ethernet cable?

Both are not an option, and I wouldn't ask this question if they were.

Try what sundin suggested.



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delete the connection settings

Does WiiU not have wifi?

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Chrizum said:
ASStronaut said:
Why not just leave it connected to the internet?

Because I usually leave my ethernet cable in my 360. You know, the console which actually has online games.

I haven't turned my 360 on since I got a Wii U. Infact the 360 is back in it's box.



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