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Nintendo - HELPLINE for WiFi really was helpful Amazing

Moms View Message Board: General Discussion: Nintendo - HELPLINE for WiFi really was helpful Amazing
By Northcountrymom on Tuesday, April 21, 2009 - 08:04 pm:

I don't know about the rest of you but in my house I end up being the one who has to figure out the challenging kids tech stuff. Often I just don't do it and we remain unconnected to something because the challenge is too great. However often love of child prevails as it did in this case. He wanted to connect to his friend in another city and play games with him on his Nintendo DS. Advantages definitely outweighed my reservations. I was not successful alone or on the website BUT NINTENDO HAS AN EXCELLENT HELPLINE FOR THE TECHNOLOGICALLY CHALLENGED PARENT. They hung in there though the going was rough. They did have to call in expert reinforcements 2 times and had to call me back but they were successful. I am not going to list the numbers here because there is more than one for whatever ails your technology, however go to the Nintendo website, locate your specific question or equipment and if you can't resolve it there CALL THEM!!!!

Customer Service:
http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/

By ~harlena on Wednesday, April 29, 2009 - 05:12 am:

hey there .... was wthis with the new Nintendo DSI or the regular Nintendo DS? Just curioys because my son and his best buddy live about an hour away, but the play the sea games ..... that would be GREAT if they could play each other from their respective bedrooms !

I'll chek into that line also too !!!! Thank you !!!

By Northcountrymom on Wednesday, April 29, 2009 - 09:27 am:

harlena,
Does your son have a DS? I hear you can do it with Wii also. If he does and your son wants, we can place him on my little guys friends list and they can actually play against each other anywhere in the country (might even be the world)if there is wifi and if they share a common game that has that feature (e.g. Pokemon Platinum).

Definitely check out these features on that site. Kind of a fun but safe way to connect.


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