The wiiconnect24 error code 107304 is caused by a problem with the Nintendo Wii's internet connection. This error code can be caused by a number of things, including a weak or unstable internet connection, a problem with the Wii's internet settings, or a problem with the Wii itself.
If you are receiving this error code, it is recommended that you check your internet connection and make sure that it is stable and strong. If your connection is good, then you should check your Wii's internet settings to make sure that they are correct. Finally, if you are still receiving the error code, there may be a problem with your Wii itself and you should contact Nintendo for further assistance.
1. Restart your computer and router
- In Windows, open "Start" and click on "Control Panel".
- Under "System and Security" category, click on "Restart".
- Select "Restart now" and click on "Yes".
- After your computer restarts, log in and check if wiiconnect24 error code 107304 is fixed.
2. Update your router firmware
- Log in to your router’s admin interface.
- If you are using a graphical user interface (GUI), click the “Administrative” tab, and then click the “Firmware” button.
- If you are using a command line interface (CLI), enter the following command: fwupdate
- If the firmware update process succeeds, your router will display a message indicating the firmware version and date.
- Click the “Update” button to download and install the new firmware.
- If the firmware update process fails, check the following: • Make sure your router is connected to the Internet. • Make sure your router has enough memory. The firmware update process can take a few minutes to complete. • Make sure you have the correct firmware file. The firmware update process downloads and installs only one firmware file.
- If the firmware update process still fails, contact your router manufacturer for support.
3. Change your router's wireless channel
To change your router's wireless channel, follow these steps:
- Log in to your router's administrative interface.
- Under "Wireless," click the "WLAN" tab.
- Under "Wireless Settings," find the "Channel" setting and change it to a different frequency.
- Click "Apply" to save your changes.
If you didn't find success with an option above, then try:
- Move your computer closer to the router.
- Reduce the number of devices using the wireless network.
- Disable any security features on the router.
- Contact your ISP for help.