You should check and make sure that all the wires are connected tightly to the screen of the television and to the wii, sometimes it makes that funny noise when the wires are there but are loose. I hope if works. If it doesn't then you may want to try to connect the wii to a different TV and if it still doesn't work then you should probably contact nintendo.
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My friends Wii does the same. As long as the Wii isn't lagging, glitching, or randomly shutting off while in use, everything is alright. Also, make sure your Wii is able to read disks properly, because that is the main cause that leads to the buzzing noise. If the noise is to annoying to stand, call Nintendo, and ask for a repair to be done, I'm sure they will fix it up. Hope this helps!
Hello my name is Tim Ehrhart, I repair 360's and have had this problem with them and there problem is that the magnet that holds the disk in place gets stuck and makes a grinding noise that sounds horrid. Please leave feedback as I am new and trying to build a great rep. Thank You.
Sounds like you may have an overheating issue. Make sure your system is well ventilated (have plenty of space on all sides). If you still have problems, try buying a cooling fan add-on for your system.
Also, when using component video cables and a WidescreenTV: Go into the Wii's system
settings, under Screen, change TV Resolution to HDTV (480p) instead of
Standard TV (480i) and change to Widescreen (16:9) under Widescreen
PS: In order to shut off the system when having problems, try holding the front power button for about 5 to 10 seconds.