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WIRELESS MICHROPHONE WII

Hi,i purchased a wireless michrophone for a wii games consul,both syncronised but no sound,please can you help.

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Hello royce_master,
It sounds like the problem you are having problems with the Motherboard, the wires are probably ripped up a little bit, trade it for a new one and it will work fine. Also check your Wii Settings.

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Their our 2 options to connect your Wii to the internet.

The first option is wireless.
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The error message would be intergrated into a network hub once each owner of the consule enable a feature on their device to accept communcation.

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