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:) I have a very basic computer, put togather with numerous parts, intel inside pentium. I live in the country and only have dial up service. It's a beating waiting for things to load. I also have windows me on it. Would it be possible for me to buy a wii fit, and exercise games and be able to use them on this computer. Sorry about 10 years behind in electronics. I could use any help but talk to me like I have no idea of even the basics. Which is true anyway. Thanks Violetcaveemail
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Wi-Fi is pointless unless you can get a public hotspot or a Wi-Fi point of your own which would require a broadband connection of your own.
Please be advised that if you want wireless access with the intention of hi-jacking somebody else's internet (a term called piggybacking) then this is in most regions of the world, a criminal offence.

Now that being said, unless you're referring to a Nintendo Wii and that sort of stuff, you can but them but they're standalone units, not meant for use on any desktop PC so that doesn't really matter.
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The user sounds like there are referring to the Wii Fit, which is a health and exercise related add-on for the Nintendo Wii.

User, Wii Fit is only designed to work with the Nintendo Wii console and as such WILL NOT work with a computer (no matter the operating system).
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