Can anyone help?
I’ve just installed comodo as recommended by a few people, but i’m getting the following issue when i try to use it with my nintendo wifi usb dongle:
The software seems to install fine, it recognises my DS and allows it to talk to the PC. Then when it’s doing the “connection test”, it shows three green bars for about 15-20 seconds (and the PC shows that I’m connected), then suddenly goes to red, no signal, PC says no users connected. It returns error 52003 and says it can’t find an IP address.
I’ve no idea what i can change to get this working, although i know it will work fine on windows firewall, although the lack of security from that kind of puts me off!
I don’t have 2 firewalls running at the same time, what i’m saying is that if i switch off comodo, i switch on windows firewall.
I’m a bit reluctant to set comodo to allow all, aren’t i basically leaving myself wide open to attacks then?
What Justin is trying to get you to do is, have Comodo Firewall running and then Set it to ALLOW ALL just for a few minutes to test if your Nintendo wifi works. If it does work with Comodo set to Allow All, then everyone will know it is Comodo that is blocking it some how and people can try to help figure out what settings you need to make it work.
You should be fine with Comodo Firewall set to allow all for just a couple of minutes while you test it.
Rather strangely, when it’s on allow all, the same thing happens as before, ie the same error, yet when i switch the comodo off completely and switch on windows firewall it works fine…curioser and curioser…
Tried that, gave it access to everything, it still gives the same error.
This is driving me up the wall, i’ve tried everything i can find google suggests already, and Nintendo don’t want to know, they just tell the problem is due to a 3rd party software (ie comodo PF) and tell me to contact them.
Tried bridging the connections, it gives an error
“To create a network bridge you must select at least two network connections that are not being used by Internet Connection Sharing.”
The ADSL connection isn’t using internet connection sharing, and the nintendo usb one doesn’t have an option on the settings to turn that on or off.
The link you provided i’ve already worked my way through, no joy.
I am not fully understanding your issue. Your Wifi USB Connector as I understand will enable you to connect to wireless internet, but why are you using a Wifi adapter when the Wii has a built in Wireless internet card?