Question about Nintendo Wii Console
Ok, Yesterday I was playing Super Smash Bros. Brawl. I was doing a 99 stock match and I got a message while I was playing it. After I was finished I went to check the message and when i went to check it the blue disk slot color appears and my Wii freezes. I can't do anything now because even when I restart my Wii and the blue light appears telling me I got a new message it freezes up. Please help me. I can't do anything now since it freezes right when I try to do something. when i turn on the wii after 8 seconds on the meneu the wII freezes so I cant play at all
Sounds like you need a soft or hard reset.
try unplugging the console from the mains for 5-10 minutes, then try turning on re-booting. remove any memory cards et,c. when you startup.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on May 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Nintendo didn't anticipate that so many people would want to play SSBB online. The servers are filling too quickly.
If your connection is fine, then the only thing you can do is wait until Nintendo fixes this problem, which will hopefully happen sooner rather than later.
Online matches involving friends (along with their dreaded friend-codes) is supposed to work fine, though.
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
SOURCE: Wii Freeze Up
Your Wii has probably overheated. Make sure you turn the wii OFF not to standby mode. When you push the power button hold it down until it turns RED not Orange. Once it's RED let it sit for an hour and cool off. Then try and start it up again after the hour has passed. If you don't have any freezing right away like you are now then you know it's a heat problem. Make sure the wii is standing up in the silver base and that it's not closed inside a cabinet or anything. They need air. Don't sit them on the floor/carpet for any reason. Don't have any other electronics around them that give off heat either as it only compounds the heat problems.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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