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No Wii Menu during initial boot

My Wii boots normally with the screen asking you to press the A button, but after you do, the Wii Menu never comes up

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If the problem lies on Windows this can be repaired. First, If you are using Windows 7 or Vista, we can try to launch startup repair from the advance boot options menu. You can access this through tapping F8 right after you turn the computer on. Tap F8 until you get to the advance boot options menu. Choose "Repair your Computer" and this should guide you on how to do the startup repair.

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