Well, mainly I use my televison to play videogames. But today I accidently pressed the reset button and now it says something like "Plug in cable into terminal then press menu" and stuff like that. Can anyone help me???
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Start playing a Wii game. In order to reset the Wii and go back to the main Wii menu, you have to be playing a video game. Click on the game you want to play and allow it to boot up. Once you are done playing the game, you can reset your Wii.
Press the "Home" Button. Located on the Wii Remote, it is a button between the "+" and "-" button with a picture of a house on it. This will bring you to a menu that allows you to reset the video game that you are playing. You can only access this menu when you are playing a game.
Press the button on the actual Wii. You may have to reset your Wii from the button on the system if your Wii Remote is out of batteries. Simply go up to your Wii and find the button that is nearest to the top of the system. It will be the button that is lit up. Press the button and your Wii will reset.
If you're talking about desktop PC, yes. Power Supply usually has fusible link. It might also have its own power switch on the back. Sounds silly, I know, but not everyone looks. Sometimes, if it was a power control issue with the OS, holding the reset button down for a few seconds can restart things. The reset button is usually a much smaller button near the main power button and recessed so that it doesn't get pressed by accident.
If there's no way for you to retrieve the password the last resort will be the hard reset to be able to access your game console
Knowing how to reset a Wii allowsyou to move quickly from video game to video game. You can reset your NintendoWii from your Wii Remote or on the actual system, depending on which you preferand if your Wii Remote is actually working. Luckily, resetting your Wii fromeither the system or from yourWii Remote is an easy process. Instructions 1 Start playing a Wii game. In orderto reset the Wii and go back to the main Wii menu, you have to be playing avideo game. Click on the game you want to play and allow it to boot up. Onceyou are done playing the game, you can reset your Wii.2 Press the "Home" Button. Located onthe WiiRemote, it is a button between the "+" and "-"button with a picture of a house on it. This will bring you to a menu thatallows you to reset the video game that you are playing. You can only accessthis menu when you are playing a game.3 Press the button on the actual Wii. You mayhave to reset your Wii from the button on the system if your Wii Remote is outof batteries. Simply go up to your Wii and find the button that is nearest tothe top of the system. It will be the button that is lit up. Press the buttonand your Wii will reset. Please follow the instruction and it will resolve the problem .Thhank you and have a great day
I'm not a ford guy, but I know fords have a fuel switch that trips off when you get into an accident so you don't pump gas into a fire under the hood, but they are known for tripping for no stupid reason. Your owners manual should tell you where it is and at should just be a pushbutton reset. Good luck
try to reset ..
1) Press and HOLD power button
2) While holding power button, press in RESET button
3) While still holding power button, release RESET button
4) Continue holding power button, you should see TomTom reboot
Zone is the region of your dvd player and what dvds its capable of playing. If you didnt know what you have done then its hard to know what could be wrong, first things first try this .. this is a factory reset that if you did change something important in the home menu it will fix it for you and start the system from the beginning when you first took it out of the box.
hope this helps mate.. if it doesnt email me back on here. jon
Resetting the system
Use this procedure to reset all system settings
to the factory default.
1 Switch the system into standby.
2 Press and hold the front panel
button for about 8 seconds until the
display shows ‘Mem.Clr.?’.
3 Press the front panel play/pause
All the system’s settings are now reset, and
you should see the ‘Let’s Get Started’ screen.