There is noo pattern to this problem at all. It will shut down and show a blue screen when playing. Sometimes it doesn't do it for hours, and sometimes it will do it every few minutes. I have to disconnect the power plug on both ends and wait a few minutes and start all over again. The Wii is on a WIRE shelf, therefore no vent blocking. What is happening to this thing.
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Re: Wii shutting down
If you are having to unplug the power supply then your powersupply is faulting out. Try a new location to plug it in and see if that fixes it. If so have the voltage checked at the outlet on your wall. If this doesn't fix it replace the power supply. LMK if you need one and I can help you with getting one at a discounted price.
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The Wii doesnt play Blue-Ray "BD" Movies, only the PS3 does, also the Wii doesn't play DVD's.
You can get the Wii to play DVD's by cracking the system by placing files on a SD Card, but your Wii will never play Blue-Ray movie because the system doesn't have the blue laser in the cd drive, sorry.
Do you have any details on what the error was? If it was a 001 read error, or something related, where you often get a green or blue screen, you simply need to FIRST eject the disc by pressing the eject button, then hold the power button down for about 5 seconds and your Wii will shut down.
This is factory default with the Nintendo Wii, Try simply removing the batterieswhen done, OR!, which I do, is hold my hand over the top of the WiiMoteand then press the power button, this prevents the Wii from getting the remote'sinstruction to power down, the remote thinks the Wii got it and then shuts down.Good Luck!
HI, the power sector has failed in your unit. this will cause the issues you are experiencing at this time. you will need to contact Nintendo at this time. they will issue you a repair ticket so that this unit can be repair. the power sector will need to be replaced(Power component failure).