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A better solution, to those that are having this problem, would be to use a small screwdriver and insert it into the grate at the back of the Wii. GENTLY nudge the fan, which should be visible, until it moves. This is a common issues with Wii's that could cost a good bit to repair, or you could do it yourself in a matter of minutes. Hope this helps!
Reset all of your network settings on the PS3. Reset your modem (unplug for a few min). Plug in your modem and wait a few minutes to reconfigure the network. Then you can have the PS3 automatically detect the network. Hope this Helps. Good Luck.
Him my name is Juan and let me try to help you I think you have the 60GB unit or 80Gb older model why I am saying this because on the 60gb unit the power suply inside the unit get way to hot and ones it gets to a point where it get way to hot it turn it self off and sometimes it reset after few minutes some power supplys they just died so if this is your problem you need a new power supply I have some in stock for 45dls and 3 dls shipping
right. i have heard this problem a few times and quite often it can be attributed to either a blockage of the cooling fan, thus causing it to retain heat, or the cooling fan may not be functioning fully or at all. this is bad as exactly this message will appear, although the ps3's fan may take some time to get going properly if you have an older system which means that all you need to do is leave it and it may calm itslef down. otherwise there is really not much you can do other than make sure it is not covered and there is room for the air cooling intake.
wrap your 360 in a towel (Completely Covered), turn on the system for about 10 minutes, turn it off, then back on again and and it should work.Although this fix only works fr about three hours it works over and over but the problem you have can also be fixed by replacing the thermal compound on the heat syncs and it should only cost about $5.00 to fix your 360. But my second solution should only be used if the warranty is void