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Is the install on this device set to allow local multiplayer? Even if it's off it will still be able to join other games, just will not be able to host them (in my experience)
Usually I just tinker around with the Internet settings, if you could get Nintendo wi-fi that might help. Just try exploring your Internet settings and you might discover what to do.
Alright, I'll do these in steps. Touch the System Settings icon on your Home Screen. Touch the "Other Settings" button. Touch "Profile." Press "Region Settings." Change your Region. I don't know if this will fix it, but have a go.
I'm not sure this will work but if you mess with your router/network you might could redirect the IP address from your router to an American IP(creating your own vpn or using IP address forwarding to redirect the traffic). Similar things like this have been done to play games online form consoles that only support Lan games to get them to work over an ...
I've had similar issues in the past. Once, my LAN was disabled, so I had to enable that and it went. Another time, my laptop was trying to connect to WiFi, but we were on a hard-wired connection to the router, so I disabled my Wireless adapter and ran solely off my LAN card. These options are available by going to your Network and Sharing Center, then into ...
You need to turn on Network Discovery. Instructions here: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-au/windows7/enable-or-disable-network-discovery
After some googling, Raptr has stated that it officially does not support proxy servers natively, however there are ways to have specific programs use a proxy if they do not natively support it. Superuser is where this question is best answered as it falls more into their scope of things than ours, so there is the link to a supported answer with programs ...
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