Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Hi everyone, I just wanted to post a very simple fix for those of you who installed your Wii correctly, had it working fine, but then experienced a sudden all-blank screen (in my case, all blue, which I think is a function of my TV). I read all these alarming threads that made me think my brand new Wii would have to be sent in for repair. I tried resetting it, turning it off and on, unplugging it, etc., all to no avail. Then I unplugged the satellite receiver dish (even though TV was working fine), waited about a minute and plugged it back in. Once the box reset itself, voila, problem solved! I am not a tekkie but for those of us newbies out there, I hope I can help just one person!
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Hey guys I accidently bricked my Wii when downloading a locked save file how do fix this problem?
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
THOMSON PDP2800 JUKEBOX BLANK SCREEN WHEN SWITCHED ON
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
This is a solution I found in one of the blogs, it worked fine for me: 1. Connect the Nunchuck to the Wiimote and press Home to see the menu options. 2. Press A + 2 + Z together which should result in a short ?ping-like? sound. 3. You have now activated the interlaced mode. 4. Leave the menu and you should see the normal game screen. 5. To switch back to regular mode use the same method above and press A + 1 + Z. I hope it will work for you! Good luck!!!
Posted on Jul 10, 2007
I had forgotten about cable TV...once I disconnected the S-Video that was hooked up to my Input1...I was able to then see the Wii Menu. So...making sure the connections are right is the key.
Posted on May 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Assuming you did not tamper with the system (mod it to play burnt
games) then that is usually caused by the BlueTooth module not working. It must just be a coincidence with the Mii creation.
If it's under warranty then send it back to Nintendo. They are very quick and very good.
If it's not, you could try replacing the Bluetooth module yourself. I get mine from http://parts.consolerepairguy.com for about $22. I fix consoles so I know that is usually the cause.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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