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How do I fix Wii U error code 112-1028?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The Wii U Error Code 112-1028 is a error that is caused by a problem with the Wii U's system software. This error code can be caused by a number of things, but most commonly it is caused by a problem with the way the Wii U's system software is installed on the console.

The Wii U Error Code 112-1028 can also be caused by a problem with the Wii U's Internet connection. This error code can be caused by a number of things, but most commonly it is caused by a problem with the way the Wii U's system software is configured to connect to the Internet.

The Wii U Error Code 112-1028 can also be caused by a problem with the way the Wii U's system software is configured to connect to the Wii U's servers. This error code can be caused by a number of things, but most commonly it is caused by a problem with the way the Wii U's system software is configured to connect to the Wii U's servers.

1. Restart your Wii U console and try again

  1. Turn off your Wii U console by pressing and holding the power button for about 10 seconds until the console shuts off.
  2. Unplug your Wii U console from the power outlet and wait about 30 seconds.
  3. Plug your Wii U console back into the power outlet and wait about 10 seconds.
  4. Press and hold the power button on your Wii U console for about 10 seconds until the console restarts.
  5. If your Wii U console still fails to startup, try step 6.
  6. If your Wii U console still fails to startup, try to reset your Wii U by following these instructions:

2. If you're using a wireless connection, try using a wired connection instead

  1. If you're using a wireless connection, try using a wired connection instead.
  2. If that doesn't work, try restarting your Wii U.
  3. If that still doesn't work, try connecting your Wii U to your computer using a USB cable.
  4. If that still doesn't work, try reformatting your Wii U.

3. Move your Wii U console closer to your wireless router

  1. Turn on your Wii U console and wait for it to boot up.
  2. From the Wii U main menu, select Settings.
  3. Select System Settings.
  4. Under the Network Option, select Wireless Connection.
  5. If your Wii U is connected to a wireless network, the connection status will be displayed. If your Wii U is not connected to a wireless network, the connection status will be displayed as Not Connected.
  6. Select your wireless network and enter the security code.
  7. Select the Connection Type and select the strongest signal.
  8. If your Wii U is connected to a wired network, select the network adapter and enter the network connection information.
  9. Select the Advanced Options and select the Enable Wireless Transceiver check box.
  10. Select the OK button.
  11. If necessary, enter the Wii U's network settings and connect to the network.
  12. Select the System Settings tab and select the Reset All Settings button.
  13. Select the Yes button.
  14. Select the System Settings tab and select the Exit button.
  15. After the reset has completed, select the System Settings tab and select the Connect to Network button.
  16. Enter the Wii U's network settings and connect to the network.
  17. If necessary, enter the Wii U's network settings and connect to the network.
  18. Select the System Settings tab and select the Reset All Settings button.
  19. Select the Yes button.
  20. Select the System Settings tab and select the Exit button.
  21. After the reset has completed, connect your Wii U to the wired network and power it off.
  22. Remove the Wii U's disc drive.
  23. Remove the screws that secure the motherboard to the console.
  24. Remove the motherboard.
  25. Place the motherboard in a clean, dry area.
  26. Place the Wii U console on the motherboard so that the connectors are aligned.
  27. Replace the screws that secure the motherboard to the console.
  28. Replace the Wii U console.
  29. Turn on the Wii U console and wait for it to boot up.

4. Change your wireless router's channel

The steps to Change your wireless router's channel in order to fix wii u error code 112-1028 are:

  1. Open the router's admin page.
  2. Select the Wireless Settings tab.
  3. Select the Channel option.
  4. Change the channel to a number other than the default 1.
  5. Save the changes.

5. Update your Wii U console's software

  1. From the Wii U Menu, select System Settings.
  2. Select System Update.
  3. If an update is available, select Update Now.
  4. If the update is not available, select Install System Update.
  5. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update.
  6. After the update is complete, select System Settings again.
  7. Select System Update and check for updates.
  8. If there are updates, select Install System Update.
  9. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the updates.
  10. After the updates are complete, select System Settings again.
  11. Select System Update and check for updates.
  12. If there are updates, select Install System Update.
  13. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the updates.
  14. After the updates are complete, select System Settings again.
  15. Select System Update and check for updates.
  16. If there are updates, select Update Now.
  17. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update.
  18. After the update is complete, select System Settings again.
  19. Select System Update and check for updates.
  20. If there are updates, select Install System Update.
  21. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the updates.
  22. After the updates are complete, select System Settings again.
  23. Select System Update and check for updates.
  24. If there are updates, select Update Now.
  25. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update.
  26. After the update is complete, select System Settings again.
  27. Select System Update and check for updates.
  28. If there are updates, select Install System Update.
  29. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the updates.
  30. After the updates are complete, power off your Wii U console and then power on your system.

If the answers above didn't work then you should also try:

  1. Contact Nintendo for more support.