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Hey guys,

For anyone who wasn't already aware, BBC iplayer is currently streaming National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets. It has mixed reviews (31% rotten tomatoes, 65% imdb) but i liked it.

Granted, not really a freebie, but i thought someone might benefit from it! If you're looking for something to watch and you haven't seen these films, they're slightly Indiana Jones-esque. I'm a massive Nicholas Cage fan myself, but i know his style doesn't suit some people!

Well, i'm just sitting down to watch! Hope you find this helpful!
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#1
What day or channel was it on? I find using the wii that finding stuff isn't that easy.

Thanks,
#2
It was on BBC1 on Monday Afternoon =)
#3
i still cant get my wii to connect to my router, so any one that knows what could be causing this then let me know :( heat added....
#4
Is this a deal? There are films on there every week, many are actually good as well.
#5
wolverine2031
i still cant get my wii to connect to my router, so any one that knows what could be causing this then let me know :( heat added....


Only things i can think of would be you're security encryption - I read somewhere that wii's prefer WEP to WPA etc, u might consider having a play around with that.

The other advice i was given when having problems was to set up a static IP address for your wii, i know for a fact that this resolves a lot of connection issues. I can't really remember how to do it, im no pro when it comes to networking, maybe someone else on here can help you better? But you can assign it an IP that does not renew/change every so often, you should be able to find the required DNS settings etc on google somewhere.

Sorry i can't be of any more help, but that might be a place to start! Other alternative is an old NDS/WII networking USB dongle, so your wii connects through your computer??

Thats all i've got i'm afraid! :oops:
#6
The normal thing is the encryption and that it is a visible SSID, as it also doesn't like that
#7
hookin' laptop to TV and enjoying :)
#8
thanks, watched again
#9
Ty for heads up. WOuldn't have realised otherwise
#10
rogue_wolf81
Ty for heads up. WOuldn't have realised otherwise


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