Question about Nintendo Wii Console
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hooking up wii
you can do it multiple ways. like putting the cords into the dvd then putting the dvd cords into the tv, or put it into the tv, or hook it up to satilitte and hooking up to the tv. your choice.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
I find it very irratating to navigate the wii menu as well. It seems our problem is the remote is very very sensitive to the sensor bar. You have to swing the remote around a bit to find the 'hand' you use to click on where you want to go. also, I find that I first have to press A when the menu comes, then almost have the remote 3 inches from the sensor bar. I have also tried putting the sensor bar in different loactions. Like, if we are playing standing up, we put the bar atop of the tv, otherwise if it is a game we can play while sitting, we put the sensor bar under the tv, on the stand (this is a 20") Try moving yours around and find out what works best for you. But it is frustrating as I too find that the remote is too dag 'on sensitive!! Even though I know it's fussy, we still have the problem daily, doen't get any easier! I hope this suggestion helps.
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
After lots of surfing around, I found a suggestion that said to unplug the power supply from BOTH the Wii AND the wall for a few minutes because the power supply block has to reset itself. (I had only been unplugging it from the back of the Wii) Try it!! It works!!!! | wish I could find it again because I'd like to thank the person! Too bad Nintendo doesn't tell you this!!
Posted on May 16, 2009
SOURCE: Nintendo Wii AV Cables not work
The AV cable that came with the Nintendo Wii is not designed for high-definition TV (HDTV) or enhanced-definition TV (EDTV) to view 480p progressive output. If you are connecting to a 480p TV, you will need a Wii Component Video Cables (maybe like the Gamestop cable you have).
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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