Fix Nintendo Wii Error Codes 51330, 51331, 52030, 51030

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Do you have Nintendo Wii? Do you play it often? Does it work well? Have you ever gotten the problem regarding your Wii? Playing Nintendo Wii is fun but it will turn to the annoying one when the errors occur. In fact, there are several common error codes on Wii and most of them related to the internet connection. The errors are similar and seem to be the same for the common users. Apparently, there are some subtle differences. Some of the error codes are error codes 51330, 51331, 52030, and 51030.

Error codes 51330 and 51331 are two most common codes. Virtually, both of them are the same. The causes and the solutions for these two are the same. Basically, the issue is between the console and the router. In most cases, it is caused by the incorrect security key being entered into the Wii. Here is the solution for you. Please test the Internet connection with the Wii after every step.

The first one is power cycle your router. It is the simplest thing possible. It is basically turning off your router, unplugging it, waiting for at least 30 seconds, and turning it back on. Then, check that it is connected to the Internet and this one might solve the error.

The second one is changing the security type. Changing the type to WPA2-PSK (AES) is able to solve the error because sometimes the console automatically picks the incorrect security type when setting it up. so, changing to the correct one might fix the problem. You can do it by selecting the Wii button from the Wii menu and then going to Wii System Settings > Wii Settings > Wii System Settings > Internet > Connection Settings > Change Settings > Type of Security > WP2-PSK (AES).

The third one is checking the password. Please check the router’s password if the console already had WPA2-PSK (AES) as the security type. Then, confirm that the right one is entered to the Wii. After that, double check that th password and the security type are right before make a test to the connection.

Error code 51030 is when you are unable to connect to the wireless network. Usually, it happens when the connection settings on the router have changed. On the other word, the Wii has wrong settings fro the router. To solve this error, you have to power cycle the router. If it does not work, you can try to delete the router from the Wii and set up it again. Other steps are confirming the router’s wireless mode and changing the router’s channel.


Meanwhile, error code 52030 is when you are unable to connect to the wireless network. This error might be caused by the security settings that entered into the console are not the same as what it is should be set. Another possible cause is that the router is unable to give the Wii and IP address automatically. You can confirm the security key and manually assign the Wii and IP address to fix the error.

If all the methods above fail for those errors, how about visiting Nintendo Support for further assistance and details on other error codes?

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